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Pérez v. Fernández de Córdoba , Seville (1559)

Source: Archivo General de Indias, AGI, Justicia, 1165, N.4, R.1

Pérez v. Fernández de Córdoba , Seville (1559), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Sepan cuantos esta carta de obligaçión
vieren como yo, Alonso Pérez, clérigo,
vezino de la villa de Medina del Campo,
e yo, Francisco Fernández de Córdoua
ynpresor de libros, estantes en esta Corte y villa
de Valladolid, anbos a dos, juntamente,
de mancomún e a voz de vno e cada
vno de nos por sí ynsolidun e por
todo, renunçiando, como renunçiamos,
las leis de duobus rex…,
otorgamos e conoçemos, por esta carta,
que nos obligamos, con nuestras personas e uienes


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