Intellectual Property and Private International Law

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Table of Legislation
Austria
Private International Law Statute (IPR - Gesetz) 499, 565, 576, 589
Art 34(1) 500, 501, 507, 518, 519
(2) 515, 524
Art 44 515
Art 48(2) 711
Belgium
Civil Code--
Art 1382 415, 652
Art 1383 652
Eenvormige Beneluxwet van 198 maart 1962 op de merken [ 1969] Belgisch Staatsblad 14 October 480
Wet betreffende de handelspraktijken, 14 July 1991 [ 1991] Belgisch Staatsblad, 29 August 1991
Art 94 409
Wet betreffende het auteursrecht en de naburige rechten, 30 June 1994 [ 1994] Belgisch Staatsblad 19297 (Copyright Act) 500
European Union Treaties
EC Treaty (Treaty of Rome) 423
Arts 30, 36 136, 583
Art 85 416-7, 418, 419, 422-5, 583, 694, 697
(1), (2) 418, 422
(3) 418
Art 86 416, 419-25, 583, 694, 697
Art 100a 584
Directives
Council Directive 89/104/EC (Trade Marks) [1989] OJ L40/1--
Art 5 124
Council Directive 91/205/EEC (Protection of Computer Programs) [1991] OJ L122/42--
Preamble 584
Art 6 584
Council Directive 92/100/EEC (Rental and Lending Rights) [1992] OJ L346/61--
Preamble 584

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