Did you know that if you play music in public areas of your hotel, restaurant, or other tourism business, you’re subject to royalty payments?
“Under Costa Rican law, any music which is heard by customers in a business is subject to copyright recognition fees by the Asociación de Compositores y Autores Musicales de Costa Rica (ACAM). This law extends to restaurants, bars, hotels, stores, shopping centers, etc.”, writes Venture Legal on their news page.
We hadn’t been aware of this until we read it on our legal provider’s blog. Read the full opinion here: