n Without Prejudice - PAIPO - unnecessary and unwanted : intellectual property

Volume 12, Issue 11
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



Because intellectual property rights are territorial in nature (that is, recognition by the country in which protection is sought), authors, creators, designers, inventors and traders seek similar protection in other countries to that they enjoy in their domestic legal systems or to, at least, be afforded the protection enjoyed by nationals of the foreign country. This need initially gave rise to a number of bilateral agreements and then multilateral treaties or conventions.

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