With moral rights, author’s spiritual and personal connections with the work are protected. The achievement of moral rights can be restricted only if this is conditioned by the manner in which the offense is exploited and in other cases as determined by the Law on Copyright and Related Rights.
The Right of first publication
The author has the exclusive right to determine if he/she wants and when, where and how his work will be published for the first time. Until the first publication of his work, only author has the exclusive right to give public notifications about the content of the work or to describe his/her work.
The Right of authorship
The author has the exclusive right to be recognized as the author of his work, in the way for his name to be indicated on the work and to be in connection with his work. Author can decide for his right of authorship to be indicated in a different way.
The Right for author work respect
The author has the exclusive right to object to any distortion, mockery of his work or other violation in connection with his work, if these actions endanger him or may jeopardize his honor or reputation.
The Right to repent
The author has the exclusive right to withdraw in written form the transferred property right of his work from the right holder (hereinafter: the right of repentance) in the case that there are serious moral reasons for this and provided that the right-holder has caused actual damage. The rights holder is obliged to notify the author of the amount of the actual damages in the period of three months from the receipt of the statement on the revocation of the right. If the acquirer does not disclose to the author the amount of the actual damage caused, the statement of the revocation of the rights shall produce the legal effect after period of three months. A declaration of revocation of the transferred property right shall produce a legal effect from the date when the author has lodged the security of the damage incurred.