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No protestation or contradiction of the council of direction in Peace of westphalia 35 the Roman Empire shall be valid or received in respect to the subscription said Deputies have made. DONE, PASSED AND CONCLUDED at Minister in Westphalia, the 24th day of October, 1648. CHAPTER TWO Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property Paris, 20 March 1883 INTRODUCTION This is one of the first international legal instruments on intellectual property. It creates a Union of the country parties for the purposes of protecting industrial inventions by nationals of members.
CI Item, It has been agreed, That the Duke of Savoy, his heirs and successors shall no ways be troubled or called to an account by his Imperial Majesty, upon account of the right of sovereignty they have over the fiefs of Rocheveran, Olme and Casoles, and their appurtenances, which do not in the least depend on the Roman Empire, and that all donations and investitures of the said fiefs being revoked and annulled, the Duke shall be maintained in his possession as rightful Lord and, if need be, reinstated: For the same reason, his vassal the Count of Verrue shall be reinstated in the same fiefs of Olme and Casoles, in possession of the fourth part of Rocheveran and in all his revenues.
LXX The rights and privileges of territories watered by rivers or otherways, as customs granted by the Emperor with the consent of the Electors (among others, to the Count of Oldenburg on the Weser [Viserg]) and introduced by long usage, shall remain in their vigour and execution. There shall be a full liberty of commerce, a secure passage by sea and land: And after this manner all and every one of the vassals, subjects, inhabitants and servants of the allies, on the one side and the other, shall have full power to go and come, to trade and return back, by virtue of this present Article, after the same manner as was allowed before the troubles of Germany.