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Literary and artistic property act, Paris (1866)

Source: Bibliothèque universitaire de Poitiers (SCD) : Bulletin des Lois de l'Empire français, XIe série, tome XXVIII, n° 1405

Literary and artistic property act, Paris (1866), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      2. All the provisions of previous Acts contrary to those of
the new Act are and remain repealed.

      Deliberated in a public session, in Paris, the 27th of June 1866

                                                                  The President,
                                                            Signed A. WALEWSKI.

                                                                  The Secretaries,
                                    Signed SÉVERIN ABBATUCCI, Count W. DE LA VALETTE,
                                                ALFRED DARIMON

      The Senate does not oppose the promulgation of the Act relative to
the rights of heirs, irregular successors, donees or legatees of authors,
composers or artists,

      Deliberated and voted in session, in the palace of the Senate, the 6th of July 1866.

                                                                  The President,
                                                            Signed TROPLONG

                                                                  The Secretaries,
                                    Signed FERDINAND BARROT, Count BOULAY (de la Meurthe),
                                                General Baron CHARON



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