French Intellectual Property Code

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The French Intellectual Property Code (IPC; French: Code de la propriété intellectuelle), is a corpus of law relating to intellectual and industrial property. It was formalised by Law No 92-597 of 1 July 1992, replacing earlier laws relating to industrial property and artistic and literary property.

The code is frequently modified: two major modifications are known as the DADVSI law and the HADOPI law.

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