Copyright Registration

How Does Copyright Registration Work For You?

Copyright registration in India grants its proprietor sole rights to distribute, replicate, reproduce the work or give authorization to another entity for the same



Data Check

We do a thorough check of the files you send in

Step 1


Copyright Filing

We then prepare the application and file the forms

Step 2


Regular Updates

We'll keep you up-to-date with all information passed on by the Registrar

Step 3

  Copyright Registration in India - An overview

law, copyright is the legal right entitled to creators of literary, dramatics, music, and artistic work and producers of films and recordings. Copyright registration in India grants its proprietor exclusive, sole rights to distribute, replicate, reproduce the work or give authorization to another entity for the same. It offers a bundle of rights - communication to the public, rights of reproduction, adaptation and translation of the work.

  Why register a copyright in India? Benefits

Getting copyrights for books, music pieces, movies, photography, software programs, etc. gives the author the following benefits

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  Documents Required for Copyright Registration

Name, Address & Nationality of the Applicant Name, address and nationality of the author of the work Nature of the applicant’s interest in the copyright - whether the applicant is the author of the work or the representative of the author Copies of the original work

  Scope of copyright protection

  Rights of the copyright owner

FAQs on Copyright Registration

A trademark is a mark given to protect a brand name, logo or slogan. On the other hand, copyright is a protection given to unique content like a book, music, videos, songs and artistic content.

Yes, absolutely. You must immediately send a legal notice and after sending the notice, if the problem does not get resolved, you can even file a case against the other side in a court of law.

No, there are no such provisions to check if the work has been copied by any third party. However, you can do a thorough search on the Internet to check if there is anything similar to yours.

In such a case, you will receive a legal notice from the third party, claiming that you have copied or reproduced their registered work. Itax can help you reply to the legal notice and in the further litigation process.




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