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Become a member

Becoming a member is simple. Simply complete the membership form and return it to us at info@luxorr.lu.

Luxorr, since 2003

Luxorr is an association authorized by the Minister of the Economy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to manage collectively on behalf of its author and publisher members certain copyrights related to protected textual and pictorial works, in particular reproduction rights and public lending rights.

You are an author/publisher

If you are an author and/or publisher, you can become a Luxorr principal member and participate in the distribution of revenues collected in Luxembourg and abroad in return for the use of your creations.

You are a user

If you are a user of protected works, for example within a private or public company, the law requires you to ask Luxorr for authorization (license). This obligation is necessary for many uses, whether analog (photocopies…), digital (digitization, distribution on intranet, extranet, internet, social networks…) or other (library/media library loans…).

Luxorr is an association authorized by the Minister of the Economy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to manage collectively on behalf of its author and publisher members certain copyrights related to protected textual and pictorial works, in particular reproduction rights and public lending rights.

Frequently asked questions

Protection lasts as long as the author is alive, and remains valid for 70 years after his death. After this period, the work falls into the public domain.

This is not true.

Copyright applies from the moment a creator has materialized his idea and this creation bears his personal stamp.

Acquiring the primary right consists in purchasing a work (a book, for example). However, primary law does not grant the right to make copies, as long as the work is protected. Reprography by paper or digitization is covered by secondary legislation.

No, these apply.

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