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Copyright Registration in India

be a Legal Owner of your Creative Work

  • Books, Photograph, Painting, Music, Video, Website, Mobile App, etc.
  • Our Pricing starts @ Rs 10000/-
  • Copyright registration takes 2 to 3 months in normal course

Copyright in India at a glance

Copyright, a form of intellectual property law, protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, books, picture, Painting, a speach, movies, tunes, source code of a software program, the binary executable file, Website, Mobile App, and structure.

It registration with IPR Authority basically ensures that any creative work can't be replicated without the consent of the author or creator. This enables the author to charge others for copying his work, or changing it, or construction on top of it. For instance, downloading a picture from Shutterstock and using it in your own site without purchasing or taking on lease is violating the copyright of Shutterstock. Shutterstock may file a suit against you to claim its own value of the picture.

By Registering your work, basically you wanted to guard your right over that and some sort of making by letting it to other people for using.

What all things are Protected under a Copyright?

  1. Literary works (e.g., written books, computer programs, website)
  2. Dramatic works (e.g., scripts for films and dramas) including tunes
  3. Artistic works (e.g., Painting, Picture, graphics and sculpture)
  4. Musical work including lyrics

Rights of copyright owner under copyright act 1957?

Owner can either exercise using the copyright or authorize the doing of any of the following: Reproducing the work in any tangible form & storing it in any medium by electronic means. Issuing copies of the work to the public not being copies already in publication. Performing the work in public, or communicate it to the public to make any translation or adaptation of the work. Selling or transferring, or offer for sale or hire a copy regardless of whether such copy has been sold or given on hire on earlier occasions.