• Ciprian Raul Romiţan Managing Editor Romanian Intellectual Property Review


The moral rights represent the legal expression of the relationship between the workand its creator; they precede, survive and exert a permanent influence on the economic rights.Moral rights are independent of economic rights, the author of a work preserving these rightseven after the transfer of its property rights.The right to claim recognition as the author of the work, called in the doctrine as the"right of paternity of the work" is enshrined in art. 10 lit. b) of the law and it is based on theneed to respect the natural connection between the author and his work. The right toauthorship is the most important prerogative that constitutes intellectual property rights ingeneral and consists of recognizing the true author of a scientific, literary or artistic work.

Author Biography

Ciprian Raul Romiţan, Managing Editor Romanian Intellectual Property Review
Correspondence: Ciprian Raul Romiţan, S.C. Roş şi Asociaţii, 35 Mircea Vodă St., bl. M27,fl. 6, ap. 16-18, 3 District, Bucharest, Romania
How to Cite
ROMIŢAN, Ciprian Raul. THE RIGHT OF AUTHORSHIP ON A WORK. AGORA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF JURIDICAL SCIENCES, [S.l.], v. 8, n. 1, p. 155-160, feb. 2014. ISSN 2067-7677. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 23 sep. 2020. doi:


author, copyright, moral right, the right of authorship, The Berne Convention from 1886, The Rome Conference from 1928