33.01 As a practical starting point it is clear that industrial and intellectual property rights and rights arising from personality do not yet enjoy the same level of seemingly universal acceptance given to other property rights. The debate over the legitimacy of such rights is not within the scope of this book. However, the mere existence of a debate points to the territorial nature of these rights. Simply because rights to industrial or intellectual property or those arising from personality may exist in one jurisdiction does not mean that they will be...
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