File:Maia Chiburdanidze 2001 Yugoslavia stamp.jpg

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Maia Chiburdanidze

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Source http://www.ebay.com/itm/Yugoslavia-2001-Chess-Famous-Players-Womens-sheet-of-8-MNH-/190822069102?hash=item2c6de1b36e:g:NU4AAOxyNDxRYaeu
Author R. Bojanic
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This work first published in Yugoslavia is in the public domain because its copyright expired pursuant to the Yugoslav Copyright Act of 1978 which provided for copyright term of the life of the author plus 50 years, respectively 25 years for photograph or a work of applied art. This applies to works already in the public domain before the breakup of SFR Yugoslavia in 1991.

The work meets one of the following criteria:

a) a work of known authorship and the author died before January 1, 1941
b) an anonymous work and it was published before January 1, 1941
c) a photograph or a work of applied art published before January 1, 1966

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After this date, use the templates for the Yugoslavian successor states: {{PD-Slovenia}}, {{PD-Croatia}}, {{PD-Bosnia and Herzegovina}}, {{PD-Macedonia}}, {{PD-Montenegro}} or {{PD-Serbia}}.

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This image is in the public domain because according to the Copyright Law of Serbia and Montenegro ("Службени гласник СЦГ", бр. 61/2004), "Work is not copyrighted if the work is:
  1. Law, sub-law act or other kind of law act.
  2. Official materials of state authorities or materials published by any other person or institution which do public function.
  3. Official translations of materials of state authorities or translation of materials published by any other person or institution which do public function.
  4. Any of acts in judgment processes."
A source should be included so that the status can be verified. This federal law applies for both republics, Serbia and Montenegro, as long as they do not adopt own inherent laws.

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