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Copyright Registration

Copyright Registration

Copyright Registration

INTRODUCTION

Copyright is a type of intellectual property right (IPR) that gives the author of a unique creative work the sole legal authority to control how others may use it. In addition to literary, dramatic, musical, and creative works like a painting, a sculpture, poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, and architecture, copyright also protects original works of authorship.

How can I register my copyright in India?

Applications must be submitted to the Registrar of Copyrights with all required documentation.
Owners of various kinds of works benefit from copyright protection thanks to Evtl India. We are a group of skilled and knowledgeable individuals offering full registration services in India. Please refer to the Important Information provided below for more information.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Process of Copyright is divided into Following steps:

  • Allotment of the Copyright Filing Diary Number
  • Examination by the copyright office
  • Clarification of a Discrepancy (If any discrepancy is found)
  • Registration of Copyright

Below are the Documents required for Copyright based on the Type of Work:

Artistic

  • Two Soft copies of work
  • Demand Draft
  • NOC (No Objection Certificate) from author / Applicant.
  • NOC from publisher (if work published and publisher is different from applicant)
  • Search Certificate issued by Registrar of Trademarks
  • NOC from person whose photograph appears on the work

Cinematograph Film

  • Two Soft copies of work
  • Demand Draft
  • NOC from Various Copyright Holders / Agreement Copy
  • NOC from publisher (if work published and publisher is different from applicant)

Music

  • Two Soft copies of work
  • Demand Draft
  • NOC from Publisher (if work published and publisher is different from applicant)
  • NOC from Author (if applicant is other than author)

Literary/Dramatic

  • Two Soft copies of work
  • Demand Draft
  • NOC from Publisher (if work published and publisher is different from applicant)
  • NOC from Author (if applicant is other than author)

Sound Recording

  • Two Soft copies of work
  • Demand Draft
  • NOC from Various Copyright Holders / Agreement Copy
  • NOC from publisher (if work published and publisher is different from applicant)

Software

  • Two Soft copies of work
  • Source code and object code of work for verification
  • Demand Draft
  • NOC from Publisher (if work published and publisher is different from applicant)
  • NOC from Author (if applicant is other than author)

Standard Costing

  • Literary* / Dramatic / Musical / Artistic work : Rs 7,000 per work per application
  • Cinematograph Film : Rs. 15,000 per work per application
  • Sound Recording : Rs. 10,000 per work per application
  • Cost is inclusion of official fees and attorney fees
  • GST @ 18% will be applicable additionally on payment in Indian Rupees

Standard Timeline

  • 6 months approx., if there no objection or opposition raised.

Validity

The general rule is that copyright lasts for 60 years. This period is counted as-

From the death of the author

  • Literary
  • Dramatic
  • Musical
  • Artistic work

From the date of publication

  • Cinematograph films
  • Sound recordings
  • Photographs
  • Posthumous publication
  • Works of government & international organizations

Renewal

It can be renewed by applying the renewal fees.


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