File:Norwegian Constitution.djvu

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English: Official 1814 translation of the Norwegian Constitution of 17 May 1814.
Norsk bokmål: Den offisielle 1814 oversettelsen av Grunnloven av 17. mai 1814.
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Source http://urn.nb.no/URN:NBN:no-nb_digibok_2010092710001
Author Eidsvoldsforsamlingen
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Public domain This file is in the public domain because legal statutes, administrative regulations, court decisions and other decisions by public authorities are unprotected. This is also the case with proposals, reports and other statements which concern the public exercise of authority, and which are made by a public authority, a publicly appointed council or committee, or published by the public authorities. Similarly, official translations of such texts are unprotected.

Intellectual works ("åndsverk" as defined in § 1) which have not been produced specially for use in documents specified in the first paragraph, and from which parts are quoted or which are reproduced in a separate appendix, are not covered by this provision. The same apply to poetry, musical compositions or works of art.
This is according to § 9 (english) in the Norwegian Åndsverkloven.


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