Scope Of The Berne Convention For The Protection Of Literary And Artistic Works

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich der Berner Übereinkunft zum Schutz von Werken der Literatur und Kunst

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44. Proclamation of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Berne Convention for the protection of literary and artistic works

After messages of the Director General of WIPO, following further States have revised their instruments of accession to the Berne Convention for the protection of literary and artistic works of September 9, 1886, in Paris on 24 July 1971 (BGBl. No. 319/1982, idF BGBl. No. 133/1985, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No 83/2000) defined or explained, continue to consider themselves bound by the agreement :

 







States:









Date of deposit of the instrument of accession or declaration of continuity:









Andorra





March 2, 2004







Armenia





July 19, 2000







Bhutan





August 25th, 2004







Brunei Darussalam





May 30, 2006







Democratic People's Republic of Korea





January 28, 2003







Djibouti





February 13, 2002







Ireland





December 2, 2004







Israel





September 24, 2003







Yemen





April 14, 2008







Qatar





April 5, 2000







Comoros





January 17, 2005







Laos





December 14, 2011







Micronesia





July 7, 2003







Montenegro





December 4, 2006

with effect from June 3, 2006







Nepal





October 11, 2005







Nicaragua





May 23, 2000







Samoa





April 21, 2006







Saudi Arabia





December 11, 2003







Serbia





September 19, 2006

with effect from June 3, 2006







Sudan





September 28, 2000







Syria





March 11, 2004







Tonga





March 14, 2001







Uzbekistan





January 19, 2005







U.A.E





April 14, 2004







Viet Nam





July 26, 2004





 

Other messages of the Director General of WIPO according to following States have made declarations:

In accordance with article 33 para 2: Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Israel, Türkei1 and Vietnam.

 

Bangladesch2, Yemen, Jordanien2, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Kuba1, Mongolei3, Oman2, Philippinen4, Sri Lanka5, Sudan, Syria, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam have declared that their Governments powers provided in claim; take II and III of the annex in the article This statement is effective in accordance with article I paragraph 2 of the Annex until October 10, 2014.

 

Algerien6 said on January 4, 2012, that the Government powers provided in claim; take the II and III of the annex in the article This statement is effective in accordance with article I paragraph 2 of the annex by the 4th April 2012 to 10 October 2014.

 

Samoa and Thailand7 have stated; take the powers provided for in article II of annex claim This statement is effective in accordance with article I paragraph 2 of the Annex until October 10, 2014.

 

Uzbekistan has issued following notification in accordance with article 18 of the Berne Convention: "The Republic of Uzbekistan declares that the above mentioned agreement is not applied to literary and artistic works which have already been published at the time of the entry into force of this Convention in their territory."

 

Kroatien2 has its declaration to article 30 par. 2 lit on March 30, 2000. a withdrawn.

 

According to Communications Director of General has Sri Lanka5 that on the occasion of the deposit of the instrument of accession in accordance with article 28, paragraph 1 lit. b declaration withdrawn at December 27, 2005.

 

In addition, the Kingdom of the Niederlande8 announced that the Netherlands Antilles have with ceased to exist 10 October 2010. From this point on, application on Curaçao and Sint Maarten continue to find articles 22 to 38. Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, which were part of the territory of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Europe apply article 22 to 38 effective from October 10, 2010 remain on the Islands.

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