PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Act on the Protection of Written Property, Norway (1876)

Source: Love, Anordninger, Tractater, Resolutioner, Kundgjørelser, Departementsskrivelser, Circulærer m.m. for Kongeriget Norge : til Brug for den Lovstuderende. 8 : 1871-1876, Chr. Tønsberg, 1878.

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Act on the Protection of Written Property, Norway (1876), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Act on the Protection of Written Property.

Full title original language:
Lov om Beskyttelse af den saakaldte Skrifteiendomsret.

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1876: Act on the Protection of Written Property, Norway

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Publisher: Chr. Tønsberg

Year: 1876

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Language: Danish

Source: Love, Anordninger, Tractater, Resolutioner, Kundgjørelser, Departementsskrivelser, Circulærer m.m. for Kongeriget Norge : til Brug for den Lovstuderende. 8 : 1871-1876, Chr. Tønsberg, 1878.

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Keywords:
authorship, legal concept of
book market
book trade
books, protected subject matter
books, protected subject matter
derivatives
divisibility
dramatic works, protected subject matter
drawings, protected subject matter
duration
duration, post mortem term
inventions
licensing
music, protected subject matter
newspapers, protected subject matter
oral works
originality
paintings, protected subject matter
penalties
plagiarism
property theory
public performance

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