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In business landscape, logos and designs are widely regarded as business identities and play a vital role in awarding some kind of distinctiveness to a business. Being the genuine artistic works with an enhanced level of creativity, they need to be protected through copyright protection.
A copyright protection gives the owner of the work several rights in regard to the use and distribution of work. A copyright could be defined as an exclusive legal permission to do or authorize another person to use, reproduce and distribute copies of and / or make adaptations or translations of and / or perform or communicate in public certain kinds of creative works.
While every business object endeavors to gain recognition by investing enormous amount of time, effort and creativity to design its business identities and logos that are attractive, not all logos might be unique or original.
When a logo's artistic work finds suitable for copyright protection, its unlawful storage, reproduction, distribution and use are prohibited in any kind of other creative projects. Such creative works might or might not be employed for the purpose of commercialization. On the other side, a logo that is supposed to be a vital brand identity associated with the business, could be barred from unauthorized application by others with respect to same or similar goods or services y; and in case of a renowned brand, in relation to any other kinds of commercial products or services or activities also.
For all your needs related to logo copyright for goods and service, Trademark Bazaar is your most sought after partner in this regards. We have years of expertise into helping our clients obtain the right protection equipment for their original work.
Which elements cannot be protected under copyright law?
What the documents needed to get copyright registration for music?
A copy of the work needs to be submitted along with the address and identity proof of the work creator. In case of business, the name of the company and its Certificate of Incorporation with Address proof would be required.
Who can apply for copyright registration?
Any individual who claims to be the creator or owner of the work can file for copyright registration. The person can be an individual, company, NGO or any others.
Is my copyright valid throughout the world?
No. The copyright registered in India would remain valid there only. However, if you use it as evidence before any government to prove that you’re the first creator of the work.
Is copyright applicable for all products?
No. The copyright is meant for only unique content. This content could be a song, video, book, film, software, logo, label and design etc.
What if someone uses my work after getting copyright registration?
You have the authority to send him/her a legal notice regarding the same. But if no response is made by second party then you can file a case against him/her and sue them in court.
Can I register my name or title?
No, you cannot register your name or title. Name or titles can only get trademark registration.
Who will provide the certificate of registration?
The copyright registration procedure simply refers to the issuance of copyright registration certificate. After the application for Registration of copyright is approved by the Registrar, the Registrar shall issue to the applicant a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the copyright Registry.