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Oman1976Décret du Sultan N.45/76 sur le contrôle des oeuvres artistiques
Decree of the Sultan N.45/76 on the censorship of works of artistic composition * †
Oman1977Decree of the Sultan N.20/77 on the functions of the Ministry of National Heritage
Decree of the Sultan N.20/77 on the functions of the Ministry of National Heritage (translation) * †
Oman1977Law on the censorship of works of artistic composition
Oman1977Law on the protection of Manuscripts
Oman1980Law on the protection of national cultural heritage
Oman1997Decree of the Sultan n.65/1997 on the adoption of a law to control Art Traffic
Oman2005Law on the control of Art Circulation
Oman2005Decree of the Sultan on the adoption of the UNESCO Convention of Safeguarding of the Intangible Heritage
Oman2005Decree of the Sultan n.24/2005 on the functions and structure of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture
Oman2007Decree of the Sultan n.37/2007 on the adoption of international conventions related to the protection of intellectual property
Oman2007Decree on the adoption of the Cultural Diversity Convention
Oman2008Decree of the Sultan modifying intellectual copyright
Oman2010Ministerial Decision regarding the organizational list of religious recital groups
Oman2010Ministerial Decision regarding the list of Museums and Heritage Institutions
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