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Getting a copyright registered is highly recommended in order to establish the authenticity of your work and to protect it against copying and plagiarism. There are a number of other reasons as to why it is recommended to get a copyright registration.
The proper process for registering a copyright in Jaipur is:
All the documents are required only in the scanned form. You can attach the document in the form after the payment or e-mail it to us on firstname.lastname@example.org or courier us the hard copies of your documents. Feel free to get in touch for any query. A complete list of all the documents required for the process of copyright registration, are:
The advantages and benefits offered by the copyright registration in Jaipur to the owner are:
Copyright is a form of Intellectual Property Protection i.e. a Bundle of Rights given to the Creator which ensures the protection of workers.
It is Advisable to have one but not mandatory to have a Copyright Registration.
The validity period of a copyright is 60 years.
You can get a Copyright for any Unique and creative content. This could range from a design, a sketch, a painting, a song recording, a music video, a movie, a film, a poem, a book or even a short story.
A copyright is valid in India. However, if you have filed for copyright registration in India , you can use this as evidence before any government to prove that you were using the copyrighted content first.
Who has completed work on unique content or produced some song, unique content or data can apply for copyright registration.
A Copyright registration can be sold, transferred or gifted or franchised with due consent and permission of the owner of the work.
Another party will need to prove their right to the work by showing they had a pre-existing copyright claim to the work, proving that you permitted its use, that you didn’t actually create the work or that you stole the copyright from them.
You can send him/her a legal notice regarding the same. But if no action is taken from the second party then you can file a case against him/her and sue them in court.
Unfortunately, there is no way to do so. The only way out of this is to do proper research work on Google. But do not limit to Google, expand your research sources