Some articles on official texts, texts, official, official text:
... Official texts, as defined in Article 2(4) of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, are texts of a legislative, administrative and legal nature and the official translations ... to determine the protection to be granted to such official texts in that country ... Generally, member countries of the Convention include official texts in the public domain ...
... Countries and areas Types of official texts Terms of copyright protection References and related articles Albania Literary and artistic works being summaries of the official gazette of legislative ... and administrative acts of state bodies and local authorities, court decisions, and their official translations 0, no copyright Art ... relative aux droits d’auteur et aux droits voisins Andorra Official text of a legislative, administrative or legal nature, and its official translation 0, no copyright Art ...
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