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|Description||100 Yugoslav dinar (1968) - obverse|
|Source||own scan of an obsolate banknote|
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|The copyright to this work was owned by the federal authorities of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, whose assets are now held jointly by its successor states according to the Agreement on succession issues of 2004 . The Yugoslavian successor states have variously enacted legislation that places certain official state documents such as law texts into the public domain.
See e.g. Art. 8.2.1 of the copyright law of Croatia : "official texts in the domain of legislation, administration, judiciary (acts, regulations, decisions, reports, minutes, judgments, standards, and the like) and other official works and their collections, which are published for the purpose of officially informing the public".
|This image is in the public domain because according to the Copyright Law of Serbia and Montenegro ("???????? ??????? ???", ??. 61/2004), "Work is not copyrighted if the work is:
Hence it is assumed that this image has been released into public domain. This federal law applies for both republics, Serbia and Montenegro, as long as they do not adopt own inherent laws.
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