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Article 3
The application form of Paragraph 1, subparagraph 1 of the preceding article shall contain the following information, and shall be signed or sealed by the applicant or the applicant's agent:
1. The applicant's name or entity name, date of birth or date of establishment, and domicile or residence; in the case where the applicant is a juristic person, the name of the juristic person's representative.
2. When the application is filed by an agent, the agent's name or entity name and domicile or residence; in the case where the agent is a juristic person, the name of the juristic person's representative.
3. The type, content, and name of the work to be exploited, and the name or entity name of the economic rights holder and the author of the work; the name of the work, and the name or entity name of the economic rights holder and the author need not be provided if unknown.
4. A statement of the cultural or creative product to be produced through exploitation of the work.
5. A statement of the method of calculating royalties.
6. A statement indicating all efforts have been exhausted to locate or contact the economic rights holder.
7. A statement of any prior public release of the work to be exploited.
The statement under subparagraph 5 of the preceding paragraph shall include each of the following:
1. The amount of royalties that have been paid for the exploitation of works of a similar type in the market.
2. The intended scope of exploitation of the work.
3. The anticipated valuable consideration or other means of yields by which the exploiter expects to benefit from the transactions involving the exploiter's cultural or creative product.
4. The number of times, and the period for which, the work is to be exploited.
5. The proportion of the work to be exploited that the exploiter intends to use in the cultural or creative product to be produced.
6. Any other explanatory statements as may be required by the competent copyright authority.
The statement under subparagraph 6 of Paragraph 1 shall at least include each of the following:
1. The applicant has inquired with a related copyright organization(s) or agency(ies) regarding the name or entity name, domicile or residence, and other related information of the economic rights holder of the work to be exploited, and the organization(s) or agency(ies) concerned has responded that the desired information cannot be ascertained, or given no response after 30 days from the date on which the documents requesting the information were sent.
2. The applicant has placed an announcement in a newspaper or on the competent copyright authority’s website, or has used other appropriate methods to search publicly for the economic rights holder or related information, and received no response after 10 days from the date on which the announcement was placed or the public search conducted.
The announcement or other form of public search referred to in subparagraph 2 of the preceding paragraph shall contain each of the following:
1. A statement of the intention to search publicly for the economic rights holder or related information, and the purpose in doing so.
2. The applicant's name or entity name, and contact information; in the case where the applicant is a juristic person, the name of the juristic person's representative.
3. The type, content, and name of the work being searched for, and the name or entity name of the economic rights holder and the author of the work; the name of the work, and the name or entity name of the economic rights holder and the author need not be provided if unknown.