Literary property

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Property which consists in written or printed compositions.
The exclusive right of publication as recognized and limited by law.
(Law) See under Literary.

See also: Literary, Literary, Property

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The programme discussed the emergence of the concept of intellectual property rights, literary property, industrial property, the importance of patents, inventions,technology, transfer of technology to patents, the conditions of granting patents and the manner of submitting an international application.
Cohen organizes the book according to "three waves of copyright discussion" (13): the first centers on the personalized model of authorship outlined in the Copyright Act of 1814, the second on the challenges of regulating dramatic performances of published novels as reflected in debates about the 1833 Dramatic Literary Property Act, and the last on the free-trade ideology and role of international copyright regulation discussed in the 1878 Report of the Royal Commission on Copyright.
It was administered into four sections, including the IP System Entry and International Conventions; Diploma of an Expert in Patents and Trade Secrets; Diploma of an Authorized Expert in Literary Property; and Diploma of an Expert in Trademarks and Illegal Competition.
Some subjects explored are patent law, authorAEs right of literary property, the first trade mark injunctions, and intellectual property law and new technologies.
The third treats the tricky question of literary property and the peculiar Russian view of a writer's social and national role.
(1) The conditions for the approbation of the seemingly self-created were created for him, not simply by the general rise of originality as a literary value in the middle of the eighteenth century, but by the legal battles over copyright and literary property that came to a climax around the time Wordsworth was born, in the Millar vs.
If the answer was "no", then the owner of the manuscript retained common law rights (or "literary property") in the unpublished work.
No sign of the concept of copyright or literary property can be observed about the existence of copyright in the writings of ancient Greek antiquity had The fact that the works of Homer, the Greek epic poet of the Iliad and the Odyssey with two famous works attributed to him (some recent scholars have questioned his historical character) was executed in public places ha Nothing about the authors ownership (khedmatgozar, 2011, p 27).
We can see some of the basic assumptions about literary property at work early in the editors' Preface, where they outline their purposes: "This anthology has been designed to help readers successfully navigate 'the sea of stories'--as Salman Rushdie has described the world's literary heritage" (xxi).
It is in view of this that the intellectual property rights evolved and further divided into some sections such as the Industrial Property Right, Invention Patent, Trademark, Trade Agencies, Trade Secrets, and Arts and Literary Property Rights.
Online book news company The Bookseller announced on Friday that publishers Random House Children's Publishing (RHCP) have acquired the literary property for Dinosaur Roar!
Popular miscellanies like The Keepsake, which encouraged handwritten dedications, annotations, and supplementary writings, are viewed as early forays in shared authorship, while the importance of translation within the Romantic 'bibliocosmos' also receives welcome attention, albeit with some shaky generalisations about women translators challenging received ideas of literary property. The final chapter on illustrated books is the most frustrating, with much (perhaps fittingly) convoluted discussion of wavy lines as signifiers of 'a new adaptive mentality,' capturing 'the precarious emergence of intermedial knowledge.'