Provincial Court of Appeal on the transfer of the right to copy in Max Havelaar, Amsterdam (1862)

Source: Noord-Hollands Archief, Haarlem, archief Provinciaal Gerechtshof, toegangsnummer 27, inventarisnummer 511

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Provincial Court of Appeal on the transfer of the right to copy in Max Havelaar, Amsterdam (1862), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Provincial Court of Appeal in North Holland, Chamber of Civil Cases, 22 May 1862 (Douwes Dekker v. Van Lennep), case no. 1060 (no. 950 of the cause list)

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Provinciaal Gerechtshof Noord-Holland, Kamer van burgerlijke Zaken, 22 Mei 1862 (Douwes Dekker tegen Van Lennep), zaak no. 1060 (no. 950 van de rol)

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Year: 1862

Location: Amsterdam

Language: Dutch

Source: Noord-Hollands Archief, Haarlem, archief Provinciaal Gerechtshof, toegangsnummer 27, inventarisnummer 511

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