A szerzői jog helye az alkotmányos rendben

At the time of writing this article, neither the Constitution currently in effect, nor the new Fundamental Law of Hungary contains expressis verbis on the protection of copyrights. A question could be raised as to whether there would be a need to put these laws into some form of constitution. This a...

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Main Author: Németh László
Corporate Author: Az új Alaptörvény és a jogélet reformja (2011) (Szeged)
Format: Book part
Published: 2013
Series:Szegedi Jogász Doktorandusz Konferenciák 2
Az új alaptörvény és a jogélet reformja 2
Kulcsszavak:Szerzői jog, Alkotmányjog - magyar, Alkotmány - magyar
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/71309
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Summary:At the time of writing this article, neither the Constitution currently in effect, nor the new Fundamental Law of Hungary contains expressis verbis on the protection of copyrights. A question could be raised as to whether there would be a need to put these laws into some form of constitution. This article divides some important and interesting countries into three groups: 1) The constitutions that mention copyright law, as a fundamental law that should be protected (Sweden, United States, Portugal). 2) The constitutions that only refer to protecting copyrights that can be derived from other fundamental rights (Spain, Germany). 3) Copyright is not mentioned at all in the constitution (Japan). In the article the aforementioned countries are examined, but only their constitutions, not their independent acts on copyright law. Sometimes it is essential to be familiar with the history of the law of a specific country, in order to acknowledge the process of putting, or not including the protection of copyrights in the constitution. At the end of the article, it is possible to read about the new Fundamental Law of Hungary, as well. There are some proposals that can be useful for the legislation.
Physical Description:215-224
ISBN:978-963-306-142-8
ISSN:2063-3807