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Bilateral treaty between Switzerland and France, Zürich (1884)

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Bilateral treaty between Switzerland and France, Zürich (1884), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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            Chapter 1 Page 18 of 19 total


      However, each of the high
signatory parties reserves for
itself the right to revoke the
present convention before
1 February 1892 if the
legislation in its respective
country should be changed in
such a way as to make a revision
of it seem desirable. All the
same, the effects of such a
revocation will not become
valid until after 12 months
from the date on which the
revocation was announced.

            Art. 35
      The present convention
is to be ratified, and the deeds of
ratification are to be exchanged
before 12 May 1882 at the same time
as those of the trade agreement
which was concluded between the two
high signatory parties on today's
date in Paris.
      In witness whereof, the
plenipotentiaries from both sides
have signed the present convention
and put their seals to it.
      Done in duplicate in Paris,
on 23 February 1882.

            (seal) Kern.
            (seal) Lardy.
            (seal) C. de Freycinet.
            (seal) P. Tirard.
            (seal) M. Rouvier.

[The Federal Government...]
      declares that the above
convention is ratified and has
the legal force in all its sections,
promising, in the name of the
Swiss Confederation, to observe
it conscientiously at all times,
for as long as this depends on
the latter.


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