Copyright arises automatically upon creation of a work that falls within the scope of the Copyright Act, and is independent of registration or any formal notification of the existence of Copyright. However, registering a Copyright provides evidence that Copyright subsists in the work and that the person named in the registration is the owner of the Copyright. Registration also constitutes sufficient notice of the existence of Copyright to support entitlement to a claim to damages for Copyright infringement.

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  • Filing Requirements :

    The procedure for registration is as follows:

    • of Further Particulars) as prescribed in the first schedule to the Rules.
    • Sepa. Application for registration is to be made on Form IV ( Including Statement of Particulars and Statement rate applications should be made for registration of each work.
    • Each application should be accompanied by the requisite fee.
    • The applications should be signed by the Applicant.
    • The Power of Attorney signed by the party and accepted by the Advocate should also be enclosed.

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