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A registration confers upon its owner sole rights to copy or reproduce the work or grant permission to another to do so

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Definition

What is Copyright Registration

Copyright registration in India is enrolled under Copyright Act, 1957. It provides a kind of safety so that the work carried out by the creator of work cannot be copied by anyone and to restore the uniqueness of the product. There are bundles of rights under Copyright like communication to the public, the rights of reproduction, adaptation, and translation of the work.
Copyright is basically a legal right which has been provided to the creators of literature, dramatics, musical and artistic work and even the producer’s films and sound recordings. Sometimes even businesses and startups get copyright registration related to instruction manuals, product literature and user guides. Usually, copyright is possessed by a creator of the work, but sometimes even the employer of its creator or the person who has authorised the work can own the copyright
Copyright Registration confers upon its owner sole rights to copy or reproduce the work or grant permission to another to do so. Business entities often copyright instruction manuals, product literature and user guides.

Pricing Details

TM Filing Company

12999Yearly
  • Trademark Search
  • Trademark Filing
  • Trademark Updates

TM Filing Individual

6299Yearly
  • Trademark Search
  • Trademark Filing
  • Trademark Updates

TM Filing MSME

8299Yearly
  • Trademark Search
  • Trademark Filing
  • Trademark Updates

For M3 Customer 10% Discount

Inclusive in Trademark Registration package

What can be Trademarked

What all things are Protected under a Copyright?

It basically protects the expression of ideas (e.g. words & illustrations), alone it cannot be protected. The following may be protected under copyright law:

  • Broadcasts on Radio and Television

  • Published editions

  • Dramatic works (e.g., scripts for films and dramas)

  • Recorded Sounds

  • Musical works (e.g., melodies)

  • Movies, Films and telefilms

  • Artistic works (e.g., paintings, photographs)

  • Literary works (e.g., written books, computer programs, website)

Documents Required For Trademark Registration

PERSONAL DETAILS

Name, Address & Nationality of the Applicant
For example: Ramesh K., NLSIU Sta Quarters, Nagarbhavi P.O. Box 7201, Bengaluru – 560024, INDIAN

Nature of the Applicant’s Interest in the Copyright
State whether the applicant is the author of the work or the representative of the author.

NATURE OF THE WORK

Class & Description of the Work : Literary or artistic work, for example

Title of the Work : In case of a website, give the URL of the website

Language of the Work : Whether English or Hindi, or any combination of languages

If Published, the Date of Publication : Publication in internal magazines, like a company magazine or a research paper submitted to a professor does not count as publication.

Registration Procedure

FAQ’s

You can get a copyright for any unique and creative content. This could range from design, sketch, painting, song recording, music video, movie file, poem, book or even a short story.

Copyright protection typically lasts for 60 years. In the case of original 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 cinematographic films, sound recordings, photographs, anonymous and pseudonymous publications, works of government and works of international organisations, the 60-year period is counted from the date of publication

Any person claiming to be the owner of the work to be copyrighted can apply for copyright registration. The person can be an individual, company, NGO or any other.

A trademark is a mark given to a brand to protect the brand name, Logo or Slogan. A copyright is a Protection given to unique content such as books, music, videos, songs or even software.

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

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.

A copyright is given to content, while a patent is given to an invention.

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.

No. Copyright is applicable for only unique content. The content can be book, song, film, software, fashion designs.

Whosoever has worked on unique content or produced some unique content, song, or any data can apply for copyright registration in India.

NO you cannot register your name or title. Name or titles can only get trademark registration.

You can send him/her a legal notice regarding the same. But if no action is taken from second party then you can file a case against him/her and sue them in court.

Unfortunately there is no way to do so. The only way out of this is to do proper research work on Google. But do not limit to google, expand your research sources.

With the online boom, a lot of ecommerce / online companies are going for website copyright. You can either apply for it yourself or take help from Kou-Chan Services. Our Services helps you get website copyright while relaxing at home.