Danvila’s Copyright Treatise , Madrid (1882)

Source: Biblioteca Nacional de España, signature 1/77813

Danvila’s Copyright Treatise , Madrid (1882), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Full title:
Danvila y Collado’s Copyright Treatise (1882)

Full title original language:
Danvila y Collado y su tratado sobre la propiedad intelectual

The treatise constitutes the foundational academic text of the discipline in Spain. It provided an authoritative, comprehensive and detailed explanation of the Spanish copyright law.

1 Commentary:

  • Clunet, E. Étude sur la Convention d’Internationale pour la Protection des oeuvres Littéraires et artistiques (Paris: Marcharl et Billard, 1887)

  • Danvila y Collado, M, El Libro del Propietario (Madrid: Fernando Fe, 1901)

  • Danvila y Collado, M. “Que providencias de carácter legislativo deben tomar las naciones para asegurar en todos los países los derechos de autor?” VVAA, Congresso Juridico de 1889 (Lisboa: Imprenta Nacional, 1889)

  • Danvila y Collado, M. La propiedad intelectual. Legislación española y extranjera (Madrid, Imprenta de correspondencia de España, 1882)

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Author: Danvila y Collado

Publisher: Imprenta de la Correspondencia de España

Year: 1882

Location: Madrid

Language: Spanish

Source: Biblioteca Nacional de España, signature 1/77813

Persons referred to:
Bonaparte , Louis-Napoléon
Charles II
Charles III , King of Spain
Danvila y Collado, Manuel
Ferdinand VI
Jovellanos, Gaspar Melchor de
Juana de Austria , Princess of Portugal
Lerminier, Eugène
Moñino y Redondo, José
Phillip III
Phillip IV
Savigny , Friedrich Carl von
Vergara, Mariano

Places referred to:

Cases referred to:

Institutions referred to:
Congress of Deputies
Granada Bar
Madrid Bar
Valencia Bar

Spanish Copyright Law (1879)

law books
perpetual protection
property theory, authors’ property
scholarly writing

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