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COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION


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COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION

Copyright Registration

Copyright is a legal right given by law that grants the creator of an original work exclusive right for its use and distribution. The works that enjoy the Copyright protection are books, novels, script, software, music, painting, movies, photographs, drawings, poem, song etc. Copyrights are registered under The Copyright Act, 1957 which protects original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and cinematograph films and sound recordings from unauthorized uses. In fact Copyright includes a bundle of right like the rights of reproduction, communication to the public, adaptation and translation of the work.

Copyrights are also transferrable. If your Copyright is registered then no person can copy your content in any form since you have the exclusive right to take legal action against that person restricting to copy or reproduce your unique content.

It should be kept in mind that ideas, procedures or methods of operation cannot be copyrighted. A separate application has to be made for separate works. It is not mandatory to get copyright but to protect the original works of originator, it is advisable to get your work copyrighted. It motivates the owner to do more work.



           
         


Advantages of Copyright Registration



LEGAL PROTECTION Copyright Registration provides the legal protection to the creators of original works so that no other person can copy or reproduce their work without authorisation.
INTANGIBLE ASSET A registered copyright is an intangible asset for a business with the rights of selling, franchising etc.
BRANDING OR GOODWILL Registered Copyright can be used for creating and marketing a sense of goodwill and commercial value in the minds of your customers and a proof of ownership of your creative work is established.
RIGHT TO OWNER Registered copyrights are an intellectual property and the owner has the priviledge to any third party. The owner can do any deal/agreement while transferring or selling the copyright to the other.
UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION Registered Copyright safeguards the authentic and original work of the owner. if the owner is not registered then its easy to exploit the intellectual works without paying any consideration to the owner of the work.


           
         


Process of Copyright Registration




1
Application Preparation
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Filing of Copyright Application
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Copyright Registration












Once you provide the required Information and documents,Legal Suvidha Copyright Expert will prepare the Copyright Application and an Authorisation Letter and send it to you for signature.

           
         


Documents required for Copyright Registration




1. Identity proof and Address proof of the Applicant if its a Company, Certificate of Incorporation and Address proof is required.


2. Nature of the Applicant’s Interest in the Copyright whether he is the owner or representative.


3. Nature of the work which includes the class & description of the work, title of the Work, language of the work and In case of a website copyright, give the URL of the website, in case of any publication, date of publication.

           
         

Frequently Asked Questions





For what can copyrights be obtained?
Copyrights can be obtained for any unique and creative content. This could range from design, sketch, painting, song recording, music video, software, movie file, poem, book or even a short story.

How long is Copyright Registration valid?
Copyright protection is valid for a duration of 60 years. If it is literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works the 60-year period is counted from the year following the death of the author. In the case of cinematograph films, sound recordings, photographs, anonymous and pseudonymous publications, works of government and works of international organizations, the 60-year period is counted from the date of publication.

Who can apply for copyright registration?
The creators of original content who want to protect their work can apply for Copyright. And the creator can be an individual, company or any other entity.

What is difference between a Trademark and a Copyright?
A trademark is a word, name, symbol or device which is used in trade with goods or services to distinguish them from the goods of Competitors. Copyright is a form of protection provided to the authors of "original works” including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works.

What are the documents required for Copyright Registration?
A copy of the work needs to be provided along with the address and identity proof of the owner is required. For a company, the name of the company along with its Certificate of Incorporation and address proof is required.

Will my Copyright Registration be valid across the world?
A copyright is valid in India. However, if you have filed a copyright in India, you can use this as evidence before any government to prove that you were using the copyrighted content first.

Can I sell or Transfer Copyright Registration?
A copyright registration is an intellectual property, which can be sold, transferred, gifted and franchised. Copyright registration gives the owner of the work ownership over the work and any person wishing to use the work must obtain the registered copyright owners consent.

Can someone copy the content which has been copyrighted?
No, no one can copy your content. If anybody do so,you must immediately send a legal notice and after sending the notice, if the problem does not get resolved, you can even file a case against the other side in a court of law.

What rights does a copyright holder have?
A copyright holder has the right to copy or reproduce the creative work, the right to be credited for it, the right to determine who may adapt the work to other forms and who may benefit financially from it.

When can I use © symbol?
You can use © mark as soon as the Copyright application is filed and you receive acknowledgement receipt.



           


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