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Trademark Registration

Copyright is a right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematographic films and sound recordings. There could be slight variations in the composition of the rights depending on the work.

Benefits

Permits the copyright owner to record the registration with Indian Customs to help in protection against the importation of infringing copies into India.

Copyright protection enables creators to consequently be rewarded for their originality and venture.

Registration and entitlement to copyright will display the validity of your copyright if it is registered within a period of five years of publication.  This can help avert future challenges to your works related rights.

Copyright protection creates a public record of the ownership by copyright holder.

Documents Required for Copyright Registration

  • Name, address and Nationality of the Applicant
  • Name, address and Nationality of the Author of the work
  •  Nature of applicant’s interest in the Copyright i.e. OWNER / LICENSEE etc.
  • Title of the work
  • A declaration signed by the author (if different from the applicant)
  • Language of the work
  • Whether the work is published or unpublished
  • If the work is published, year and country of first publication and Name, Address and Nationality of the Publisher
  • Year and countries of subsequent publications, if any
  • Name, address and nationality of any other person Authorized to assign or License the rights in the Copyright
  • Power of Attorney for the Firm
  • Six Hhard Copies of the work and three soft copies
  • For computer programs – 3 copies of the program on CD ROMs

Procedure


Buy EAdvisors Copyright Registration plan


Session with EAdvisors Expert on registration of Copyright for detail discussion on nature of business entity, activity and other requirements.


Submit all the documents required for Copyright Registration, Preparation and submission of application for Copyright Registration with department.


Issuance of Copyright registraion certificate by email.

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  • Refund of GST credits application
  • Publications and forms, including individual tax return instructions
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  • Publications and forms, including individual tax return instructions
  • Refund of GST credits application
  • Publications and forms, including individual tax return instructions
  • Refund of GST credits application
  • Publications and forms, including individual tax return instructions
  • Refund of GST credits application
  • Publications and forms, including individual tax return instructions

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Fuel tax credits registration

Publications and forms, including individual tax return instructions

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Buisness income tax refund

Publications and forms, including individual tax return instructions

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FAQ’s

What is copyright?

Copyright (or author’s right) is a legal term used to describe the rights that creators have over their literary and artistic works. Works covered by copyright range from books, music, paintings, sculpture, and films, to computer programs, databases, advertisements, maps, and technical drawings.

What can be protected using copyright?

Exhaustive lists of works covered by copyright are usually not to be found in legislation. Nonetheless, broadly speaking, works commonly protected by copyright throughout the world include:

  • literary works such as novels, poems, plays, reference works, newspaper articles;
  • computer programs, databases;
  • films, musical compositions, and choreography;
  • artistic works such as paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculpture;
  • architecture; and
  • advertisements, maps, and technical drawings.

Copyright protection extends only to expressions, and not to ideas, procedures, methods of operation or mathematical concepts as such. Copyright may or may not be available for a number of objects such as titles, slogans, or logos, depending on whether they contain sufficient authorship.

What does it mean to “license” my works and how can I do it?

Once you are the right owner of a work, you can provide authorization for others to use or exploit your work. Such authorizations are commonly referred to as “licenses” and may or may not entail paying the rights owner. Naturally, it is always recommended to seek expert legal advice before negotiating a licensing agreement.

If you wish to license your work to users such as broadcasters, publishers, or even entertainment establishments (i.e. bars, nightclubs), joining a collective management organization (CMO) may be a good option. CMOs monitor uses of works on behalf of creators and publishers and are in charge of negotiating licenses and collecting remuneration. They are particularly common in the field of musical and literary works where there may be a large number of users of the same work and it would be difficult both for the owner of rights and the users to seek specific authorization for every single use and to monitor them

Can I copyright my software or mobile app?

Computer programs and other types of software are considered as literary works for copyright purposes. Therefore they receive automatic protection without the need for registration. In some countries, the process of voluntary registration for software may differ from that for other types of work.

What is “fair use”?

Differing legal systems mean that under some systems, a clear list of limitations and exceptions to copyright is provided, whilst in others you may only find a general clause. Such general clauses are frequently known as “fair use” or “fair dealing” clauses.

Can I freely use works published on the Internet?

A common misperception is that works published on the Internet, including on social media platforms, are in the public domain and may therefore be widely used by anybody without the authorization of the right owner. Any works protected by copyright or related rights – ranging from musical compositions, to multimedia products, newspaper articles, and audiovisual productions – for which the time of protection has not expired, are protected regardless of whether they are published on paper or digitally. In each case you should, generally, seek the authorization of the right owner prior to use.

Some websites contain a general license that may exempt you from requiring a direct authorization for certain uses. Such licenses may authorize only certain uses, for example some non-commercial uses. In practice, with regards to a text publicly available on a blog or a website for example, you may not use the text unless:

  • such intended use is covered by the general license granted through that website;
  • the use is covered by a copyright limitation or exception; or
  • you have obtained authorization for such use.

Similarly, authorization is required if your SME is engaged in publishing or making available copyright works, sound recordings, broadcasts or performances through your website.

What are related or neighboring rights?

Related or neighboring rights are a separate set of copyright-type rights given to certain persons or bodies that help make works available to the public. The beneficiaries of related rights in national legislations are usually performers, producers of phonograms, and broadcasting organizations.

The terms can also refer to rights given to persons or bodies, who produce subject matter which, while not qualifying as works under the copyright systems of some countries, contain sufficient creativity or technical and organizational skill to justify recognition via a right similar to copyright.

Some laws make clear that the exercise of related rights should leave intact, and in no way affect, the protection of copyright.

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