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|Declaration of Continued Application||December 1, 1971|
|Entry into force||October 10, 1970|
Application to the Brussels Act (1948) by the United Kingdom: November 28, 1961; Entry into force: March 6, 1962. Declaration of continued application by Fiji after the accession of the State to independence: December 1, 1971. The Act is applicable as of the accession of the country to independence: October 10, 1970.
||Entry into Force
|Stockholm Act (1967)||22 - 38|| ||Accession: December 11, 1971||March 15, 1972|
|Brussels Act (1948)|| || ||Declaration of Continued Application: December 1, 1971||October 10, 1970|
Declarations, reservations etc.
Stockholm Act (1967): The instrument of accession contained a declaration provided for in Article 28(1)(b)(i) of the said Act to the effect that the accession does not apply to Articles 1 to 21 and to the Protocol Regarding Developing Countries.
Stockholm Act (1967): By letter dated December 1, 1971, the Government of Fiji deposited a declaration of continued application of the Brussels Act of the Berne Convention. Consequently, Fiji remains bound by Articles 1 to 20 of the Brussels Act.