Commentary on the Saxon Copyright Act, Leipzig (1844)

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Commentary on the Saxon Copyright Act, Leipzig (1844), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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The Royal Saxon Law of 22 February 1844 on the protection of rights to literary products and works of art with critical explanations

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Das königlich-sächsische Gesetz vom 22. Februar 1844 zum Schutz der Rechte an literarischen Erzeugnissen und Werken der Kunst mit kritisch-exegetischen Erläuterungen


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Author: Meinert, Franz Wilhelm

Publisher: Teubner

Year: 1844

Location: Leipzig

Language: German

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