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Fiat Iustitia, 2016, vol. 10, issue 1, 21-35

Abstract: This study aims at observing the dynamics of the process of invention protection in Romania. It consists of a chronological analysis of the main pieces of legislation, beginning with Law no.102/1906, which filled a legislative void and proved extremely important for the social, economic and industrial development of the country. The first Romanian law for the granting of invention patents was inspired by the French and Belgian legislation. Rescinded, amended and completed by subsequent regulations, this piece of legislation was applied until the 30th of December 1967, when it was rescinded by Decree no. 884/1967, the provisions of which are detailed below. The paper also includes a synthesis of the amendments made to Law no. 62/1974. The profound changes which occurred in the Romanian society after 1989 made it necessary to adopt new regulations regarding the protection of technical creations, in order both to stimulate creative activities and to correct the unjust decisions taken on account of the previous legislation.

Keywords: : patent; inventor; invention; innovation; rationalization (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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