Copyright Registration

Copyright Registration

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Copyright Registration

Copyright is basically a legal-right given by the law to creators of literacy,dramatic,musical and artistic works and procedures of cinematography films and sound recordings.In India,it is enrolled under Copyright Act,1956.In copyrights,Author’s has rights alone and no one can violate them legally.

Copyright ensures certain minimum safeguards of the rights of content of owner of author over their creations,
protecting and rewarding creativity.There is no copyright protection for ideas,procedures,methods of operation
or mathematical concepts.Copyright protect only original expression of ideas,and not the underlying ideas

Copyright registration can be done through Legalstartup in all over India.

Eligibility Copyright Registration

Any work namely literary, dramatic, musical, artistic work, cinematograph film, or sound recording, can be copyrighted. Copyrights are given in India in mainly three classes of work, and each class has its own distinctive rights under the Copyright Act. Original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works are one class of work that comprise of copyrights for books, music, painting, a sculpture, etc., Cinematograph films are another class of copyright which consists of any work of visual recording on any medium. Finally, sound recordings are a distinctive class under the copyright act consisting of a recording of sounds, regardless of the medium on which such recording is made or the method by which the sounds are produced.

Copyright Registration Online Process

Documents Required For Copyright Registration

Benefits Of copyright Registration

Rights of the copyright owner

The Copyright Act states that no third party can reproduce or make copies of the original work or part of the work unless the copyright owner has granted permission to do so. It restricts reproduction in the form of printing an edition of a work and recording sound and films

A. Right Of Adaptation

The Copyright Act states that no third party can reproduce or make copies of the original work or part of the work unless the copyright owner has granted permission to do so.

B.  Right Of Communication To The Public

The copyright creator can choose to use his work whichever way he wants. That is, he can create derivatives from the existing work or prepare a new work in the same form or different form based on the original work. 

C.  Right Of Communication To The Public

Copyright owners can make their work available to the public by means of broadcast or wireless diffusion whether in any or more of the forms of signs or visual images.

D. Right Of Public Performance

The owners of musical work and artistic work can perform their works publicly. For example, a musician can play his piece or an actor can perform in his play for the masses

E. Right Of Paternity And Integrity

The Copyright Law grants the moral rights of paternity and integrity to the creators. The right of paternity or attribution means that the creator can claim authorship over his work and have it attributed to him. 

F. Right Of Distribution

The copyright holder may distribute his work in any form through reproducing, selling, renting, leasing or lending. He can also assign specific rights to a person to either copyright the work partially or wholly or subject to certain limitations.


Copyright does not ordinarily protect titles by themselves or names, short word combinations, slogans, short phrases, methods, plots or factual information nor protect ideas or concepts.

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

Copyright protection is valid for 60 years. If it is literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, the 60-year period is counted from the year following the expiry of the author.

A copyright registration can be sold, transferred, gifted and franchised with due consent from the owner of the work.

A copyright holder has the right to translate, reproduce and adapt the creative work; the right to be credited for it; the right to determine who may adapt the work to other forms and who may get monetary benefits out of it.

A website cannot be copyrighted in one application, rather you cannot copyright the entire website as it is made of various elements such as the content would be termed as literary work, the source code and object code of the website would also be considered as literary work, the pictures, artistic works

Considering the various factors, including objection, the entire process may take up to 6-8 months approximately.

A mobile application cannot be copyrighted as such, however, similar to a website, the coding can be copyrighted as literary work and other elements can be filed as different copyright applications.

The entire copyright filing is done online, and hence it can be done from anywhere in the country. The Copyright head office is in Delhi.


Inclusive all taxes

RS. 3999

Registration of any Literary, academic &

any other kind of books


Inclusive all taxes

RS. 8999

File Registration of any website, mobile

app and software products

or any Artistic Work


Inclusive all taxes

RS. 12999

Registration for any musical or dramatic
 work, audio recordings, video &
 cinematography films


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