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Supreme Court on Artistic Copyright, Madrid (1872)

Source: Archivo del Tribunal Supremo

Supreme Court on Artistic Copyright, Madrid (1872), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      it cannot be said that he committed the fraud alleged.
      Therefore, this Chamber, having considered
      the proven facts and declared that they do not
      constitute a crime, acquits Mr. Genovés since a mistake
      under paragraph two of art 4 of the law on Criminal Cassation
      or a violation of art. 552 of the Penal Code
      was not committed.
      We hereby declare and should declare that
      there is no cause for a cassation appeal for any violation
      lodged against the judgment of the Criminal Court of Valencia
      published on 30 March last. We hereby order the appellant
      Mr. Pedro Luis Bru to pay the legal costs.
      Therefore, this is our judgment that shall be published in the
      Madrid Gazette and


      de entenderse que ha cometido la defrauda-
      cion que se ha denunciado.
      Considerando por consiguiente que al
      apreciar la sala sentenciadora los hechos ad-
      mitidos como probados en su sentencia, decla-
      rando que no constituyen delito y absol-
      viendo libremente al Genovés no ha cometido
      error comprendido en el caso segundo del
      artículo cuarto de la ley de casación criminal
      ni infringido el artículo quinientos cincuenta
      y dos del Código Penal.
      Fallamos que debemos declarar y
      declaramos no haber lugar al recurso de ca-
      sación por infracción interpuesta contra
      la sentencia de la sala de lo criminal de
      la Audiencia de Valencia y publicada en
      treinta de de marzo último y condenamos en
      costas al recurrente D. Pedro Luis Brú.
      Así por esta nuestra sentencia que se
      publicará en la Gaceta de Madrid e inser-


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