Athlonite: When you purchase music either via digital download or physical disc from a shop you are limited to what you can do with it you can not use it in any commercial sense without contacting the media company that holds the rights to it first and negotiating an licensing/royalty fee
If you own a CD, then if you die, that physical CD with it's music would be part of your estate, and would be inherited.
People also sell CD's to second hand music stores, so I wonder if that is really allowed too.
I am not sure about apples terms, but they may not be specific to NZ's laws due to them being an overseas company?
Perhaps Bruce should burn their music to CD's so they are a on a physical format?