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Copyright Registration

Take Your Copyright Registration a Further Step With Aavana!

Have you published a book, or written a script for a movie or have drawn some exquisite paintings? What will you do if your work has been copied by someone else? Do not let your hard work go down the drain! You need to have exclusive rights for this to safeguard your work. This is where Copyright registration comes into the act. Copyright registration gives you the complete power of your works.

Copyright Registration with Aavana

Aavana is one of the leading consultants for providing ene-to-end financial services. Having our head office in Bangalore, we have PAN India presence. We have subject experts who can guide you from filling of the application to the final process of getting the copyright registration not only in Bangalore but all over India.

Copyright is an intellectual property right conferred upon the owner for his/her original works. A copyright can be books, movie scripts, songs, recordings or anything for that matter that is original in nature. Nobody else can use the original works of the owner without his/her consent in writing.

The owner of the copyright can sue if he/she finds that their work has been violated. This right was initiated by the government under The Copyright Act of 1957 in order to safeguard the interest of the curators. The protection given by the copyright creates an atmosphere conducive to creativity, which leads them to create more such original works and motivates others too.

Documents Required for Copyright Registration

The Title of the work

Complete address of the author

Power of Attorney

Three copies of work

Requirements for Copyright Registration

  • Applicant’s personal details like name, address, nationality, nature of applicant’s interest in the copyright.
  • Description of work whether it’s literary, designing, artwork, films, the title of the work, the language in which the work is done.
  • Date of publication, year and Country of publication.
  • In case the applicant is a partnership firm, the names of all the partners and their shares in the copyright.
  • The firm itself cannot be the author of a work, hence details of the person/ persons who have actually created the work may be furnished.
  • A No Objection Certificate must be provided if the work is published by a person other than the applicant

Benefits of Copyright Registration

  • Work gets Public Attention One of the important benefits of copyright registration is that your work gets noticed by the public around the world. It becomes a searchable aspect in the copyright registry database.
  • Legal Protection Once the copyright of your work is registered it gives a legal protection of your work. It ultimately safeguards your work and prevents others not to use without your authorization.
  • Viability of the work Copyright Registration of your work avoids any future challenges regarding your work if done within five years of publication.
  • Claim for damages You can claim for damages and attorney fees if you find that your copyright work has been infringed by someone. You can also sue the person to the court of law for violation.
  • Copyright is an asset It creates an intellectual property for the owner. It is considered to be an intangible asset and can be sold or franchised.


The Copyright Act, 1957 protects original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and cinematograph films and sound recordings from unauthorized uses. Unlike the case with patents, copyright protects the expressions and not the ideas.
Copyright does not ordinarily protect titles by themselves or names, short word combinations, slogans, short phrases, methods, plots or factual information. Copyright does not protect ideas or concepts. To get the protection of copyright a work must be original.
Copyright comes into existence as soon as a work is created and no formality is required to be completed for acquiring copyright. However, certificate of registration of copyright and the entries made therein serve as prima facie evidence in a court of law with reference to dispute relating to the ownership of copyright.
Yes. Computer Software or program can be registered as a ‘literary work’. As per Section 2 (o) of the Copyright Act, 1957 “literary work” includes computer programs, tables, and compilations, including computer databases. ‘Source Code’ and “Object Code” have also to be supplied along with the application for registration of copyright for software products.
Trademark is given to protect your brand name and logo. A Patent is given to safeguard the new idea or creation and Copyright is given to protect your work like writings, designs, films and more.
The Copyright Registration is valid for 60 years.
Yes, Copyright can be sold or transferred upon the discretion of the owner.
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