Anything to which the right of attribution applies must include a statement that Te Rauparaha was the composer of Ka Mate and a chief of Ngati Toa Rangatira.
The statement must be—
- (a) clear and reasonably prominent; and
- (b) likely to bring Te Rauparaha’s identity, as the composer of Ka Mate and a chief of Ngati Toa Rangatira, to the attention of a viewer or listener.
The right of attribution applies to—
- (a) any publication of Ka Mate for commercial purposes:
- (b) any communication of Ka Mate to the public:
- (c) any film that includes Ka Mate and is shown in public or is issued to the public.
However, the right of attribution does not apply to—
- (a) any performance of Ka Mate, including by a kapa haka group:
- (b) any use for educational purposes of anything that includes Ka Mate:
- (c) anything made for the purpose of criticism, review, or reporting current events:
- (d) any communication to the public of anything described by paragraph (a) or (c) for a purpose that is not commercial