Franco-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty , Madrid (1880)

Source: Archivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores; AMAE, Tratados s. XIX, nº 0311

Citation:
Franco-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty , Madrid (1880), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Convention on literary, artistic and scientific property between Spain and France (1880)

Full title original language:
Convenio de propiedad literaria, artística y científica, celebrado entre España y Francia el 16 de junio de 1880

Abstract:
The second wave of bilateral copyright agreements took place in the 1880s. After the enactment of the 1879 Spanish Copyright Act, Spain needed to renew its international copyright relationships. These agreements not only evidence different preoccupations around international relations, they also show that political agency had significantly changed. Unlike the previous wave in the 1850s, negotiations were not exclusively monitored and carried out by diplomats. They now acquired a public and cosmopolitan dimension. More specifically, some of the bilateral negotiations reflected particular interpretative anxieties following the promulgation of the domestic law. For instance, the Franco-Spanish copyright negotiations took place after an inquest made by the French to confirm the copyright protection of a subject matter (photographs) that had been silenced in the Spanish law.

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  • Soto y Hernández, M. Manual de la propiedad literaria, artística y dramática que comprende la ley y reglamento vigentes, tratado de Berna... (Madrid, Centro editorial de Góngora, 1902)


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Publisher: N/A

Year: 1880

Location: Madrid

Language: Spanish

Source: Archivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores; AMAE, Tratados s. XIX, nº 0311

Persons referred to:
Freycinet, Charles Louis de
Roca de Togores, Mariano

Places referred to:
Madrid
Paris

Cases referred to:
N/A

Institutions referred to:
N/A

Legislation:
Copyright Act (1879)

Keywords:
abridgements
architecture, protected subject matter
arrangement
colonies
deposit
importation
international agreements, bilateral
originality
public domain
reciprocity
translations, protection of

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