Netherlands Lawyers' Association’s debate on the principle behind author’s rights protection, Leeuwarden (1877)

Source: Handelingen der Nederlandsche Juristen-Vereeniging 1877, I, pp. 33-98, II, pp. 2-72; Koninklijke Bibliotheek, NL 01 HAN, Band 1877

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Netherlands Lawyers' Association’s debate on the principle behind author’s rights protection, Leeuwarden (1877), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Consultative reports of Mr. J. Fresemann Viëtor and Mr. N. de Ridder (Reports of the Netherlands Lawyers' Association 1877, I, pp. 33-98) & Report of the proceedings in the eight Lawyers-Meeting, held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 23, 24 and 25 August 1877, in Leeuwarden, in the City Hall, under the chairmanship of Mr. G. de Vries Az. (Reports of the Netherlands Lawyers' Association 1877, II, pp. 2-72)

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Praeadviezen van Mr. J. Fresemann Viëtor en Mr. N. de Ridder (Handelingen der Nederlandsche Juristen-Vereeniging 1877, I, pp. 33-98) & Verslag van het verhandelde in de achtste Juristen-Vergadering, gehouden Donderdag, Vrijdag en Zaterdag, 23, 24 en 25 Augustus 1877, te Leeuwarden, in het Gemeentehuis, onder voorzitterschap van Mr. G. de Vries Az. (Handelingen der Nederlandsche Juristen-Vereeniging 1877, II, pp. 2-72)

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Year: 1877

Location: Leeuwarden

Language: Dutch

Source: Handelingen der Nederlandsche Juristen-Vereeniging 1877, I, pp. 33-98, II, pp. 2-72; Koninklijke Bibliotheek, NL 01 HAN, Band 1877

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