Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works
|Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (1886)||Articles 1 to 21→|
Usually known as the Berne Convention|
From the World Intellectual Property Organization.
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signed at BERNE on September 9, 1886,
completed at PARIS on May 4, 1896,
revised at BERLIN on November 13, 1908,
completed at BERNE on March 20, 1914,
revised at ROME on June 2, 1928,
at BRUSSELS on June 26, 1948,
at STOCKHOLM on July 14, 1967,
and at PARIS on July 24, 1971,
and amended on September 28, 1979
- Articles 1 to 21 [substantive provisions]
- Articles 22 to 38 [technical and administrative provisions]
- Appendix [special provisions for developing countries]