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Bilateral Copyright Treaty between Spain and El Salvador, Madrid (1884)

Source: Archivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, AMAE-siglo XIX, Tratados, 0347-01

Bilateral Copyright Treaty between Spain and El Salvador, Madrid (1884), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      performance or exhibition of
      any work or production against
      which the competent authority
      may exercise this right.
      This convention shall not in
      any way affect the right of
      either High Contracting Party
      to prohibit the importation into
      its own territory of books which,
      by virtue of its domestic law or
      agreements concluded with other
      Powers, are or may hereafter be
      declared to be infringements.
      In duplicate
      Madrid 23 June 1884

      J.M. Torres Caicedo      José Elduayen
      National Palace. San Salva-
      dor. 31 July 1884


      presentacion ó la exposicion de toda
      obra ó produccion con respecto á la
      cual la autoridad competente haga
      ejercer este derecho.
      El presente Convenio no se opon-
      drá por ningun motivo al derecho
      de la una ó de la otra de las Al-
      tas partes contratantes para prohi-
      bir la importacion en sus propios
      Estados de los libros que, en virtud
      de sus leyes interiores ó por esti-
      pulaciones acordadas con otras poten-
      cias sean ó hayan de ser declara-
      dos como falsificaciones.
      Hecho por duplicado en Ma-
      drid a veinte y tres de Junio de mil
      ochocientos ochenta y cuatro
      J.M. Torres Caicedo      José Elduayen
      Palacio Nacional. San Salva-
      dor. Julio 31. 1884


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