Court of Cassation on artistic property, Paris (1841)

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Court of Cassation on artistic property, Paris (1841), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Gros's widow and Vallot v. Gavard, Court of Cassation. 23 July 1841.

Full title original language:
Veuve Gros et Vallot C. Gavard, Cour de Cassation. Du 23 juillet 1841.

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Publisher: Dalloz

Year: 1841

Location: Paris

Language: French

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Persons referred to:
Crouseilhes, Marie-Jean-Pierre Dombidau de
Delapalme, Emile
Dufresne, Augustine
Gavard, Jacques Dominique Charles
Gros, Antoine-Jean, Baron
Nachet, Louis Isidore
Scribe, Achille
Vallot, Philippe Joseph

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Institutions referred to:
Court of Cassation (Paris)

Legislation:
Code Pénal 1810
French Copyright Act 1793

Keywords:
counterfeit
engravings, protected subject matter
inheritability
paintings, protected subject matter
penalties
transferability

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