Bern Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, 1886
Convention de Berne pour la protection des oeuvres littéraires et artistiques, 1886
Convenio de Berne para la Protección de las Obras Literarias y Artisticas
1886-09-09 Bern Switzerland
9 Sep 1886, Bern (Switzerland). Completed 4 May 1896, Paris (France). Revised: 13 Nov 1908, Berlin (Germany); 2 Jun 1928, Rome (Italy); 26 Jun 1948, Brussels (Belgium) 'UNTS 1/4757'; 14 Jul 1967, Stockholm (Sweden) (with protocol regarding developing countries) 'UNTS 11850'; 24 Jul 1971, Paris. Amended 28 Sep 1979.
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