Object structure

click here to follow the link

Subject and Keywords:

moral rights   personal interests   authorship   intellectual property   IP rights   post-mortem rights


This article raises the question of personal interests and moral rights after the death of the author, presented on the basis of widely grasped civil law. The death of the author crowned (sets) finally the intangible asset (work, invention, industrial design, trademark etc.) and any relationship between the author and the outcome of his/her creativity. No personal interest can survive the creator, which does not exclude the protection of the values associated with the author or his/her work post mortem auctoris. There are, however, formally considering, the other ‘transformed’ assets – even if, as in the copyright regime, they were in the content or structure formed in the likeness of their prototypes. These assets are subject of the own rights of other entities (persons close to the creator, social organizations), and last as long as the creation of human intellect is the subject of legal transactions

Place of publishing:



Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego   Oficyna Prawnicza

Date issued:





ISBN 978-83-62832-08-8



Is part of:

Non omnis moriar

Rights holder:

Copyright by Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego

Autor opisu:

WR U/PAdjm