A restaurant owner, Tim, whilst listening to the Western Australian radio station YZZZ, heard some classical music, (written and performed by the Australian group Class Act, and recorded by YZZZ) which he really enjoyed. After learning that the music was to be re-played that evening, he decided to record it with the intention of using it as background music in his restaurant, while diners dined. He was sure that the music would contribute towards creating a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere which would encourage the customers to return for a second time.
With reference to Australian Copyright Law, what rights do the various people have? Have any been infringed?
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