(1A) In this Division:
"record " means a disc, tape, paper or other device in which sounds are embodied.
(1) For the purposes of this Division:
(a) a reference to a musical work shall be read as a reference to the work in its original form or to an adaptation of the work;
(b) a reference to the owner of the copyright in a literary, dramatic or musical work shall, unless the contrary intention appears, be read as a reference to the person who is entitled to authorize the making in, and the importation into, Australia of records of the work; and
(c) a reference to sale of a record by retail or to retail sale of a record shall be read as not including a reference to:
(i) sale for a consideration not consisting wholly of money; or
(ii) sale by a person not ordinarily carrying on the business of making or selling records.
(2) For the purposes of this Division, where a musical work is comprised partly in one record and partly in another record or other records, all the records shall be treated as if they constituted a single record.
(3) A reference in this Division to a record of a musical work does not include a reference to a sound-track associated with visual images forming part of a cinematograph film.
(4) Subject to subsection (5), this Division applies to a record of a part of a musical work as it applies to a record of the whole work.
(5) Section 55:
(a) does not apply to a record of a whole work unless the previous record referred to in paragraph 55(1)(a) was a record of the whole work; and
(b) does not apply to a record of a part of a work unless that previous record was a record of that part of the work.