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Copyright is the legal right created by the law of a country that grants the creator of the original works exclusive rights for its use and distribution; this is usually only for a limited amount of time. The exclusive rights are not absolute but limited by limitations and exceptions from copyright laws. Copyright is also a form of intellectual property. Copyright holders are also known as right holders.


  1. Filling of application-

First, of it is necessary to apply for the registration and application has to be made in the form with the applicable government fee.

  1. Waiting Period of 30 Days-

After filing the government fee and the application for the copyright with the complete documentation, the copyright holder has to wait for 30 days.

  1. Examination-

The application is then formally examined and the objections by the examiner are raised if there are any objections and then it is requested for extra documentation if required.


  1. Registration-

The copyright registration is issued by the copyright office after the objection is cleared if there is any objection.


Documents Required

  1. Two copies of work to be protected under copyright registration.
  2. No-objection certificate from the trademark registry.
  3. Power of Attorney
  4. Signed copy of application form and acknowledgment receipt.


  1. Is it necessary to register a work for copyright?

No, it is not necessary. It is totally up to your choice whether you think your work requires copyright protection or not.

  1. Is there any option to register unpublished work?

Yes, both published and unpublished work can be registered according to the law of 21st Jan 1958.