droit de suite
/ (French drwad sɥit) /
a right recognized by the legislation of several member countries of the European Union whereby an artist, or his or her heirs, is entitled to a share of the price of a work of art if it is resold during the artist's lifetime or for 70 years after his or her death
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Word Origin for droit de suite
from French, literally: the right of following
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