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Copyright is a type of legal right and Intellectual Property protection afforded by the law to authors of literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, as well as producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. The Copyright Act of 1957 governs copyright registration in India. Copyright registration is a safeguard that ensures creativity is rewarded and intellectual work is protected. Copyright protects and rewards creativity by ensuring minimum safeguards for author’s rights over their works. Because creativity is the bedrock of progress, no civilized society can afford to ignore the fundamental need to foster it.
The copyright protection afforded to the efforts of writers, artists, designers, dramatists, musicians, architects, and producers of sound recordings, cinematograph films, and computer software fosters a creative environment, inducing and motivating them to create more and motivating others to create. Music, books, manuscripts, films, fashion designs, training manuals, software, literary work, performance, and paintings, among other things, can be protected by copyright. Apply Trademark is here to help you and makes it simple to register your Copyright Registration in India.
Copyright can be taken for the following types of works
Why is a Copyright Registration beneficial?
Documents Required to Register Copyright in India
Information about the applicant’s name, address, and nationality.
Information about the Class and the Work Description.
If published, include the date of publication as well as three copies of the work.
By nature of Applicant’s Interest in the Copyright, you must state whether the applicant is the author of the work or a representative of the author.
Information about the work’s title and language.
Copyright Registration Process
Application Submission: An application (including all particulars and a statement of particulars) in the format of FORM XIV must be submitted to the registrar, along with the necessary fees (mentioned in the Schedule 2 of the act.). Separate works require a separate application. Every application must be signed by both the applicant and an Advocate in whose favour a Power of Attorney has been executed. We also require the applicant’s signature in jpeg format.
Examining a copyright application: The registrar will issue a Dairy No., and then there is a mandatory 30-day waiting period for any objections to be received. If no objections are received within 30 days, the scrutinizer will review the application for any discrepancies, and if none exist, the registration will be completed, and an extract will be sent to the registrar for entry into the Register of Copyright.
Objection: If the examiner receives an objection, he or she will notify both parties in writing and schedule a hearing for them.
Hearing: If the objections are resolved at the hearing, the scrutinizer will examine the application and either approve or reject it.
Copyright registration: The final step in this process is Copyright registration in India. The registrar may request additional documents at this stage. When the Registrar of Copyrights is completely satisfied with the applicant’s copyright claim, he or she will enter the details of the copyright into the register of copyrights and issue a certificate of registration. The copyright registration process is completed when the applicant receives the Extracts from the Register of Copyrights (ROC).
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Reproduce the work
- Issue copies of the work in public
- Perform the work in public
- Communicate the work to public
- Make any translation of the work
- Make any adaptation of the work
- Make cinematographic film or sound recording in respect of the work