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List of Copyright Acts

This is a list of copyright Acts, which are laws enacting the copyright.

Afghanistan

  • The law on the support the right of authors, composers, artists and researchers (Copy Right Law) (unofficial English translation), enacted 2008.

Argentina

See: Argentinian copyright law

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Canada

Chile

See: Chilean copyright law

People's Republic of China

Croatia

Czech Republic

Egypt

See: Egyptian copyright law

European Union

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

See: Greek copyright law

Hong Kong

India

Iran

Ireland

Japan

Jordan

Malaysia

See: Copyright law of Malaysia

Nepal

Netherlands

New Zealand

Pakistan

Philippines

Poland

Russia

See also: Copyright in Russia, Russian copyright law, International copyright relations of Russia, Copyright law of the Soviet Union

Slovakia

Singapore

Serbia

South Africa

  • Copyright Act, 1978
    • Copyright Amendment Act, 1983
    • Copyright Amendment Act, 1984
    • Copyright Amendment Act, 1986
    • Copyright Amendment Act, 1988
    • Copyright Amendment Act, 1989
    • Copyright Amendment Act, 1992
    • Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Act, 1997
    • Copyright Amendment Act, 2002

Spain

Suriname

  • Law of 22 March 1913 laying down new rules on Copyright (G.B. 1913 No. 15), as it stands after the amendments thereto in G.B. 1915 No. 78, G.B. 1946 No. 2, G.B. 1946 No. 77, G.B. 1959 No. 76, S.B. 1980 No. 116, S.B. 23, 1981. (Dutch)

Switzerland

Tajikistan

Thailand

See: Thai copyright law

Turkey

United Kingdom

The Copyright Acts 1734 to 1888 was the collective title of the following Acts:[1]

See also: The International Copyright Acts

United States

See also

References

  1. ^ The Short Titles Act 1896, section 2(1) and Schedule 2
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