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2010 | 93 | 3 | 230-244
Article title

SYSTEM OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF THE RECODIFICATION OF PRIVATE LAW (System prava dusevneho vlastnictva v kontexte rekodifikacie sukromneho prava)

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SK
Abstracts
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The intellectual property law is a special area of private law, to which we will classify the legal regulation of rights attached to intellectual property. It is basically an open (i.e. developing) area of legal regulation, the subject of which are so-called ideal objects (also referred to as intangible assets) characterized by stable ideal structure in the unity of the form and content, which can exist independently as an ideal object of legal relations, apart from a particular, individually determined material carrier - tangible thing in which the ideal object is materialized. The paper deals with description of the system of intellectual property law, using the system criteria of the nature of the object (legal relations), nature of rights attached to the object, and creativity as a legal criterion, and refers to the system classification of the area of intellectual property to the private law, also in the context of recodification of private law in the Slovak Republic.
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  • JUDr. Anton Skreko, PhD., Ustav prava dusevneho vlastnictva Pravnickej fakulty Trnavskej univerzity v Trnave, Slovak Republic
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11SKAAAA096418
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