Amended Book Act of the Batavian Republic, The Hague (1808)

Source: Verzameling van vaderlandsche wetten en besluiten uitgevaardigd sedert 22 Januarij 1798 tot 10 Julij 1810, in zooverre zij ook, sedert de invoering der nieuwe wetgeving in Nederland, middellijk of onmiddellijk van toepassing zijn, J. van de Poll ed., Amsterdam: Bij Johannes Müller, 1840, I, pp. 423-425; Koninklijke Bibliotheek, NL 61 C 2003

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Amended Book Act of the Batavian Republic, The Hague (1808), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Act, expanding the Official Publication of 3rd June 1803, concerning the printing and publishing of Books, and prohibition of copying of original Works, etc. Enacted on the 3rd of December 1808

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Wet, houdende ampliatie der Publicatie van den 3den Junij 1803, betreffende het drukken en uitgeven van Boeken, en verbod tegen het nadrukken van oorspronkelijke Werken, enz. Gegeven den 3den December 1808

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Year: 1808

Location: The Hague

Language: Dutch

Source: Verzameling van vaderlandsche wetten en besluiten uitgevaardigd sedert 22 Januarij 1798 tot 10 Julij 1810, in zooverre zij ook, sedert de invoering der nieuwe wetgeving in Nederland, middellijk of onmiddellijk van toepassing zijn, J. van de Poll ed., Amsterdam: Bij Johannes Müller, 1840, I, pp. 423-425; Koninklijke Bibliotheek, NL 61 C 2003

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Responsible editor: Stef van Gompel


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