An Overview of Copyright Registration in Haryana
The state of Haryana lies in North India, bordering New Delhi on three sides. This state offers past history of historical battles, including the battle of Panipat. With its great achievement in agriculture, mechanization, and rich culture makes Haryana a developing state in the country.
In India, copyright registration is governed and administered by the Copyright Act 1957. Copyright registration in Haryana gives the absolute right of ownership and advantage to the author’s work from any unauthorized duplication, which lasts for 60 years.
Documents required for Copyright Registration in Haryana
To register a copyright in Haryana, you need to provide the following documents:
- Proof of ownership for the work being registered either in the form of an assignment deed, a publishing agreement, or any other legal document.
- Name, address and citizenship of the applicant
- Self-attested copy of government-issued identity proof of the applicant
- In case the applicant and the publisher are two different individuals, NOC to be provided.
If application is filed through an agent, a Power of Attorney will be required authorizing the agent to file the application on your behalf.
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Procedure for Registering a Copyright in Haryana
The procedure for Copyright Registration in Haryana are as follows:
The time taken for the copyright registration process can vary, but it typically takes a few months to complete.