Legal principles of acts resulting from Patent rights A comparative study of UAE, Jordanian and French legal systems
Patent rights occupy an eminent position within the intellectual copyrights in general, and the industrial copyrights, in particular. Admitting patent rights resulted in several significant impacts at the legal and economic levels alike. Thus, patent legislations have closely focused on that issue. Among the most important impacts of such an issue are the articles governing the acts based on patent rights. Legislations have identified the basic legal principles governing these acts. Therefore, we find it highly essential to discuss these legislations, explain their principles and compare such basic principles to the general principles of legal acts. This study is based on making a comparison between three legislations, which are: the French, UAE and Jordanian legislations.
Khater, Nouri Hamad
"Legal principles of acts resulting from Patent rights A comparative study of UAE, Jordanian and French legal systems,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2003:
19, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2003/iss19/2