Baden Civil Code, Karlsruhe (1809)

Source: Scanned from a copy held at the Frankfurt Max-Planck-Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte. Available online at: http://dlib-pr.mpier.mpg.de

Citation:
Baden Civil Code, Karlsruhe (1809), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Reprinting Provisions of the Baden Civil Code

Full title original language:
Landrecht des Großherzogthums Baden

Abstract:
This commentary focuses on the Baden provisions of 1806 and 1809 and on the Margrave of Baden's tacit connivance in the biggest reprinting enterprise of late-eighteenth-century Germany.

1 Commentary:
commentary_d_1809

Bibliography:
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Related documents in this database:
1774: Imperial Privilege for a reprint series
1806: Reprinting Regulation for the Grand Duchy of Baden

Author: N/A

Publisher: C.F. Macklot

Year: 1809

Location: Karlsruhe

Language: German

Source: Scanned from a copy held at the Frankfurt Max-Planck-Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte. Available online at: http://dlib-pr.mpier.mpg.de

Persons referred to:
Macklot, Karl Friedrich

Places referred to:
Baden
Karlsruhe

Cases referred to:
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Institutions referred to:
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Legislation:
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Keywords:
French Revolution
Napoleonic Wars
Vienna Congress
adaptation
anonymous works
anthologies
authors, self-publishing
book market
book trade
commissions
derivatives
duration, post mortem term
editions, new
free trade
learning, the advancement of
manuscript
moral rights
penalties, paid to publisher(s)
personality theory
piracy
privileges, German Imperial
property theory
property theory, authors' property
property theory, publishers' property
public domain
reprints
scholarly writing
serialisation
transferability

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