Court of Cassation on translations (1853)

Source: Bibliothèque universitaire de Poitiers (SCD) : Recueil général des lois et des arrêts (Recueil Sirey), 2eme série, année 1853

Court of Cassation on translations (1853), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Full title:
Lumley v. Bayard and the heirs of Donizetti, Court of Cassation. 12 January 1853.

Full title original language:
Lumley C. Bayard et les héritiers Donizetti, Cour de Cassation. Du 12 janvier 1853.


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1845: Court of Appeal on translations
1853: Stowe v. Thomas

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Publisher: Sirey

Year: 1853

Location: N/A

Language: French

Source: Bibliothèque universitaire de Poitiers (SCD) : Recueil général des lois et des arrêts (Recueil Sirey), 2eme série, année 1853

Persons referred to:
Bayard, Jean-François Alfred
Donizetti, Gaetano
Lumley, Benjamin
Saint-Georges, Jules-Henri Vernoy de

Places referred to:

Cases referred to:
Bayard & Donizetti's heirs v. Lumley (1850-52)

Institutions referred to:
Court of Appeal (Rouen)
Opéra-Comique, Paris
Théâtre-Italien, Paris



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