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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Civil Code, Madrid (1888)

Source: Biblioteca Nacional de España. Signature 5/9387

Citation:
Civil Code, Madrid (1888), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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CÓDIGO CIVIL DE ESPAÑA

PUBLICADO CON ARREGLO A LA LEY DE

11 DE MAYO DE 1888


Y REFORMADO CONFORME A LO DISPUESTO


EN LA DE 26 DE MAYO DE 1889

CONCORDADO CON LOS PROYECTOS

DE 1851 Y 1882

Y LA LEGISLACIÓN ANTERIOR Y ANOTADO

CON LA JURISPRUDENCIA DEL


TRIBUNAL SUPREMO


      

1889

JUAN GRABULOSA, EDITOR

Calle del Buensuceso, número 13


BARCELONA






Chapter 1 Page 2


            
            [...]
            
            
                                    CAPITULO III
            
                              De la Propiedad Intelectual
            
            
                  Art. 428. El autor de una obra literaria, cientí-
                  fica ó artística, tiene el derecho de explotarla y dis-
                  poner de ella á su voluntad.
      




Chapter 1 Page 3


            
                  Art. 429. La ley sobre propiedad intelectual de-
                  termina las personas á quienes pertenece este dere-
                  cho, la forma de su ejercicio y el tiempo de su dura-
                  ción. En casos no previstos ni resueltos por dicha
                  ley especial se aplicará n las reglas generales estable-
                  cidas en este Código sobre la propiedad. (1)
            
            
            [...]
      
      
                  (1)            Orígenes
      
                  Ley de 10 Enero de 1879
            R.D. de 11 de Junio de 1886
      
                  Jurisprudencia
      
            Sents. 4 Diciembre 1861 y 30 Febrero de 1866


Transcription by: José Bellido

    


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