Current as of: 2009
Except as limited by R.S. 51:2155, no person other than the artist or a person acting with the artist's consent, and in the case of joint creators with consent from all of them, shall knowingly display to others, make accessible to the public, or publish the following:
(1) A work of fine art of an artist in an altered, defaced, mutilated, or modified form.
(2) A reproduction of a work of fine art of an artist if the work is depicted as, or the reproduction is, in an altered, defaced, mutilated, or modified form.
Acts 1986, No. 599, §1.
(3) Work, if it is in its original or reproduced form and is displayed, made accessible to the public, or published as being the work of the artist, when the work is known to be generally regarded by the public as that of the artist, or under circumstances in which it would be reasonably regarded as being the work of the artist, and damage to the artist's reputation is reasonably likely to result therefrom.Prev | Next
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