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  • Le California Child Actor's Bill (également appelé Coogan Act ou Coogan Bill) est une loi californienne relative au travail des enfants acteur. Elle vise à protéger une partie des sommes qu'ils gagnent jusqu'à leur majorité.
  • クーガン法(―ほう)とは子役が稼いだ収益の一部を子役自身のために残すことを義務つけたアメリカ合衆国の法律(カリフォルニア州法)。英語表記は「California Child Actor's Bill」。
  • The California Child Actor's Bill (also known as Coogan Act or Coogan Bill) is a law applicable to child performers, designed to safeguard a portion of their earnings for when they enter adulthood.The original Bill was passed in 1939 by the State of California in response to the plight of Jackie Coogan, who earned millions of dollars as a successful child actor only to discover, upon reaching adulthood, that his parents had spent almost all of his money. Since then, it has been revised a few times, most recently on January 1, 2004. As it stands, money earned and accumulated under a contract under the code remains the sole legal property of the minor child.The current version of the law is codified in sections 6750–53 of the California Family Code and section 1700.37 of the California Labor Code. The law provides that any of the parties may petition a court to approve an entertainment contract, and if the court does so, somewhat different rules apply. Most important, the child cannot escape their own responsibilities under the contract by disaffirming it, which a child normally has the power to do. This may help the child by making the employer willing to promise more for the child's commitment.Later revisions extended the scope of minors' entertainment contracts that the court can approve to include contracts pursuant to which a minor renders services as an "actor, actress, dancer, musician, comedian, singer, or other performer or entertainer, or as a writer, director, producer, production executive, choreographer, composer, conductor, or designer." Under the current law, the court may also approve contracts that involve the transfer of intellectual property.This law requires a child actor's employer to set aside 15% of the earnings in a trust (often called a Coogan Account), and codifies issues such as schooling, work hours and time-off.
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  • Le California Child Actor's Bill (également appelé Coogan Act ou Coogan Bill) est une loi californienne relative au travail des enfants acteur. Elle vise à protéger une partie des sommes qu'ils gagnent jusqu'à leur majorité.↑ En l'honneur de Jackie Coogan, l'acteur du Kid qui du faire un procès à ces parents pour récupérer une partie de son salaire gagné quand il était enfant.
  • クーガン法(―ほう)とは子役が稼いだ収益の一部を子役自身のために残すことを義務つけたアメリカ合衆国の法律(カリフォルニア州法)。英語表記は「California Child Actor's Bill」。
  • The California Child Actor's Bill (also known as Coogan Act or Coogan Bill) is a law applicable to child performers, designed to safeguard a portion of their earnings for when they enter adulthood.The original Bill was passed in 1939 by the State of California in response to the plight of Jackie Coogan, who earned millions of dollars as a successful child actor only to discover, upon reaching adulthood, that his parents had spent almost all of his money.
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