High Court of Justice on the application of the 1817 Act to translation disputes, The Hague (1820)

Source: Keizerlijk Gerechtshof en Hoog Gerechtshof der Vereenigde Nederlanden: Arresten Kamer van Correctioneele appellen 1811-1838, no. 8., 1820, case no. 41 (no. 488 of the cause list); Nationaal Archief, Den Haag, archief Keizerlijk Gerechtshof en Hooggerechtshof, nummer toegang 2.09.17, inventarisnummer 304

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High Court of Justice on the application of the 1817 Act to translation disputes, The Hague (1820), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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High Court of Justice of The Hague, 25 October 1820 (Van Kesteren v. Delachaux)

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Hoog-Geregtshof te ’s-Gravenhage, 25 oktober 1820 (Van Kesteren tegen Delachaux)

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Year: 1820

Location: The Hague

Language: Dutch

Source: Keizerlijk Gerechtshof en Hoog Gerechtshof der Vereenigde Nederlanden: Arresten Kamer van Correctioneele appellen 1811-1838, no. 8., 1820, case no. 41 (no. 488 of the cause list); Nationaal Archief, Den Haag, archief Keizerlijk Gerechtshof en Hooggerechtshof, nummer toegang 2.09.17, inventarisnummer 304

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