Article 9 Software copyright shall belong to the software creators, unless otherwise specified in this Regulation.
Failing proof to the contrary, natural persons, legal persons or other organizations named in the software shall be the creators.
Article 10 The ownership of copyright in the software that was jointly created by two or more natural persons, legal persons or other organizations shall be stipulated in a written contract by the co-creators.
In the absence of such a written contract or an explicit stipulation in the contract, any of the co-creators may enjoy the copyright in the part he created if that software can be separated for use. Notwithstanding, his exercise of copyright may not be extended to the whole copyright in that software.
If that software cannot be separated for use, the copyright in it shall be jointly enjoyed by the co-creators and exercised by negotiation among them. In the case of failure of negotiation and without due grounds, one party may not prevent the other party from exercising the rights other than the right of transfer. Notwithstanding, profits thus received shall be distributed among all the co-creators reasonably.
Article 11 The ownership of copyright in the software that was created under the commission of other person shall be stipulated in a written contract by the commissioning and commissioned parties. In the absence of such a written contract or an explicit stipulation in the contract, the copyright in that software shall belong to the commissioned party.
Article 12 The ownership and exercise of copyright in the software that was created pursuant to a task assigned by a State organ shall be stipulated in the project task document or contract. If no explicit stipulation is made in the project task document or contract, the copyright in that software shall belong to the legal person or other organization that accepts the task.