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II. Territorial Limitation of Intellectual Property Rights
(1,318 words)

Volume XIV: Copyright and Industrial Property | Chapter 1 (1988): General Questions – The International Conventions

Completed in January 1987

Eugen Ulmer

7. General. – Intellectual property rights are essentially territorially limited.1 The demand for worldwide protection of these rights is not satisfied by the fact that the privilege acquired in the country of origin is also recognized in other countries. To secure the protection of intellectual property rights beyond the borders of their countries of origin is rather the ta…

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Eugen Ulmer, “II. Territorial Limitation of Intellectual Property Rights”, in: International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law Online, Edited by: U. Drobnig, R. David, H. H. Egawa, R. Graveson, V. Knapp, A. T. Von Mehren, Y. Noda, S. Rozmaryn, V. M. Tschchikvadze, H. Valladão, H. Yntema, K. Zweigert. Consulted online on 19 November 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2589-4021_IECO_COM_140102>
First published online: 2018



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