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Copyright is a form of protection provided to the owners of original works of authorship including literacy, dramatic, musical, artistic and certain other intellectual works. This protection is made available to both published and unpublished works. The owner of the copyright is granted exclusive rights by the copyright act to do any of the following:
  • To reproduce the work
  • To prepare derivative works based upon the work
  • To distribute copies of the work to the public by sale, lease, licensing and lending
  • To perform the work publicly
  • To display the copyrighted work publicly.

Copyright law protects expressions of ideas. It mainly refers to a bundle of exclusive rights vested in the owner of copyright by virtue of section 14 of the act. It is important to know that these rights can only be exercised by the owner of copyright or by any other person who duly licensed in this regard by the owner of copyright. Registration for copyright is a simple and easy paperwork which only applies to the work created by the owner. On the other hand, the copyright registration is invaluable to a copyright holder who wishes to take a civil or criminal action against the infringer.

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Copyright Services in India

Obtaining Copyright services in India is actually easier than many people imagine. It is not as long and expensive as getting a trademark and patent registration. According to the industry experts, every owner should get a copyright registration so that his work is under protection. There are many benefits of copyright registration in India among which some of them are listed below:
  • It establishes a public record of the copyright claim.
  • It is a prerequisite to filing an infringement suit in the U.S.
  • No award for statutory damages or the fees of your copyright attorney will be granted by the court for any infringement of a copyright in an unpublished work which occurs prior to the copyright registration. The same holds true for published works, unless the registration is made within three months after the first publication.