Which categories of works are taken into account for a reprography fee?

You can claim a reprography fee for 7 categories of works:

1. Published literary texts
Texts of different forms, which are an expression of fantasy or artistic creation.
For instance: novels, poems, essays, lyrics, speech balloons (in comic trips) and texts in children’s books.

2. Published educational and scientific texts
Texts of different forms, which have been written for teaching purposes and more particularly for educational purposes, or texts that are the result of experiments, observations and/or a systematic, accurate and thorough examination.
For instance: manuals and textbooks, syllabus, user manuals, courses, holiday workbooks, studies and articles in a scientific journal, doctoral thesis, dictionaries and specialized encyclopaedias…

3. Other published texts
Texts that don’t have their place in the other categories.
For instance: practice-driven texts (do-it-yourself, leisure, sports, cooking), hotel/restaurant/travel guide, agendas, art books, exhibition or museum catalogues…

4. Published newspaper reports
Texts of different forms that report the news or general information and whose purpose is first of all the publication in the press (reports, interviews, articles, reviews, …).

5. Published music scores
Full transcription of a musical composition, with or without text, set on a graphic (paper) or similar carrier.

6. Published pictures

7.
Other published visual works and works of the graphic arts
It regards here paintings, sculptures, sketches, drawings, cartoons, graphic and infographic expression, architecture, charts, maps and technical drawings…

Which works are not being taken into consideration?

Bank statements, internal and administrative notes, invoices, correspondence, meeting minutes, forms, publications imposed by public authorities, documents and circular letters that companies address to their members, means of payment, statistics, annual reports, activity reports, etc.