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 Damages cannot be obtained from an innocent infringer – that is, damages are not available if, at the time of the infringement,​ the defendant was not aware, and had no reasonable grounds for suspecting, that the act constituting the infringement was an infringement of the copyright. ((//CA// s 115(3) )) Damages cannot be obtained from an innocent infringer – that is, damages are not available if, at the time of the infringement,​ the defendant was not aware, and had no reasonable grounds for suspecting, that the act constituting the infringement was an infringement of the copyright. ((//CA// s 115(3) ))
  
-__Kiama ​Constructions v MC Casella Building Co Pty Ltd__+__//​Kiama ​Constructions v MC Casella Building Co Pty Ltd//​__(((1980) 10 IPR 345))
  
 * The plaintiff builder drew up a plan for a couple to build a house on a block of land.  The couple made a pencil sketch of the plan and showed the defendant builder. ​ The defendant builder suggested a draftsman should draw up more detailed plans. * The plaintiff builder drew up a plan for a couple to build a house on a block of land.  The couple made a pencil sketch of the plan and showed the defendant builder. ​ The defendant builder suggested a draftsman should draw up more detailed plans.
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 Pursuant to the //Act//, an account of profits is an available remedy. ((//CA// s 115(2) )) Pursuant to the //Act//, an account of profits is an available remedy. ((//CA// s 115(2) ))
  
-An account of profits is an alternative remedy to damages and the applicant must choose which they will be seeking. An account of profits provides for the applicant to recover a sum which represents that proportion of the respondent’s profits that was fairly attributable to the infringement of the applicant’s copyright. ((//Robert J Zupanovich v B & N Beale Nominees//​))+An account of profits is an alternative remedy to damages and the applicant must choose which they will be seeking. An account of profits provides for the applicant to recover a sum which represents that proportion of the respondent’s profits that was fairly attributable to the infringement of the applicant’s copyright. ((//Robert J Zupanovich v B & N Beale Nominees ​Pty// [1995] FCA 1424))
  
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 The last civil remedy available to copyright owners is an Anton Piller Order. An Anton Piller Order is an ex parte interlocutory order that requires the defendant to permit the plaintiff’s solicitors to enter their premises forthwith to inspect and remove defined articles and documents. The last civil remedy available to copyright owners is an Anton Piller Order. An Anton Piller Order is an ex parte interlocutory order that requires the defendant to permit the plaintiff’s solicitors to enter their premises forthwith to inspect and remove defined articles and documents.
  
-In order for an Anton Piller Order to be granted, the plaintiff needs to show a strong prima facie case that there is a real risk that evidence will be destroyed if an order was not made. ((//Anton Piller KG v Manufacturing Processes Ltd//; //Polygram Records Pty Ltd v Monash Records (Australia) Pty Ltd//))+In order for an Anton Piller Order to be granted, the plaintiff needs to show a strong prima facie case that there is a real risk that evidence will be destroyed if an order was not made. ((//Anton Piller KG v Manufacturing Processes Ltd// [1976] Ch. 55 (C.A.); //[Polygram Records Pty Ltd v Monash Records (Australia) Pty Ltd](http://​classic.austlii.edu.au/​au/​cases/​cth/​FCA/​1985/​472.html)//[1985] FCA 472))
  
 ## Criminal Provisions ## Criminal Provisions
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