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Copyright is a legal right that gives creators of original works exclusive rights to control the use and distribution of their work. Copyright applies to a wide variety of works, including literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, as well as films, sound recordings, and broadcasts.

The copyright holder has the exclusive right to reproduce the work, distribute it, perform it in public, display it, make derivative works, and sell, rent or license the work to others.

Why Copyright is important?

Creates financial incentive for creatives

Copyright protection encourages creators to produce more new works by providing them with a secure economic incentive.

Protects the work of creators

Copyright protection grants authors exclusive control over their work, allowing them to decide how and where their work is used, and protecting it against unauthorized use.

Promotes creativity and innovation

Copyright protection encourages creators to explore and experiment with new ideas and technologies, knowing that their work will be protected.

Ensures accurate attribution

Copyright protection ensures that the author of a work is given credit for it, and that their work is not misattributed or used without their permission.


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  • Matters to principle of selection our pleasures to secure.
  • Expert advice on search
  • Draft preparation
  • online filing of work
  • Physical work submission by registered post
  • Regular update till approval

Process of Copyright registration

1. Gather the required documents: Before applying for copyright registration, it is important to have all the required documents in place. The documents include a copy of the work, a complete description of the work, the name, address and nationality of the applicant, the name of the author, the date of the creation of the work, etc.

2. Fill up the application form: The application form for copyright registration in India is available through the Copyright Office of India. The form can be filled up online or offline.

3. Submit the application form: After filling up the form, the applicant must submit it to the Copyright Office of India with the required documents and the application fee.

4. Examination of the application: The Copyright Office of India examines the application and may ask the applicant for additional information or clarification.

5. Registration of the Copyright: After the examination of the application is complete, the Copyright Office of India grants the registration and issues the certificate of registration. This certificate serves as proof of the registration of the work.