Copyright is a type of intellectual property protection like patents and trademarks. A copyright is a legal right given by law enforcement to creators of literary, dramatic, artistic and musical works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. Copyright give the owner of the work certain safeguard to guarantee the intellectual work is shielded and creativity is rewarded. Copyright involves a package of right like the rights of reproduction, communication to the general public, adaptation and interpretation of their work.

Back in India, Copyrights are Enrolled under The Copyright Act, 1957. But ideas, processes, methods of operation or mathematical theories can’t be copyrighted. Copyright is a right given by law enforcement to creators of literary, dramatic, artistic and musical works and manufacturers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. Actually, it’s a bundle of rights such as, inter alia, rights of reproduction, communication to the general public, adaptation and interpretation of their job. There might be minor variations in the makeup of their rights based upon the job.

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Partners:

Requirements:

Pricing:

Basic

₹18000

₹12499/-

  • Copyright registration for logos, books, periodicals and magazines.
Professional

₹20000

₹14499/-

  • Copyright registration for videos, audio recording and cinematography films.
Premium

₹22000

₹18499/-

  • Copyright registration for logos, books, periodicals, magazines,videos, audio recording, cinematography films with trademark registration.

FAQ

How do you register a copyright?

To register a job, submit a completed application form, and a nonreturnable copy or copies of this job to be enrolled

How much does it cost to register for a copyright?

The normal filing fee for digital registration is $55 for fundamental claims. On the other hand, the filing fee is $35 in the event that you register one job, not created for hire, and you’re the sole author and claimant. To get electronic registration, visit the Copyright Office’s website at www.copyright.gov.

Do I need to register my copyright?

Generally, registration is voluntary. Copyright exists from the moment that the job is made. You’ll need to register, but should you would like to bring a suit for breach of a U.S. work. See Circular 1, Copyright Basics, section “Copyright Registration.”

Can I use the copyright symbol without registering?

The use of this copyright emblem is more like utilize the trade mark emblem, as work doesn’t have to be registered to be able to utilize it. It is possible to set the copyright symbol on any initial piece of work you’ve created.