Copyright Registration

Copyright Registration in Bangalore

Copyright Registration in Bangalore, Online Copyright Registration in BengaluruWelcome to TaxadvisorIndia a Copyright Registration agency in Bangalore). We are committed to providing Copyright Registration Service in shortest possible time through our dedicated office for Copyright Registration service in Bangalore.

TaxAdvisorIndia offers hassle-free and affordable Copyright registration service to companies at their various stages. Our Copyright registration services are professionally rendered with a minimum of fuss, and add value to your business proposition by being highly cost-effective and secure.

Although we ensure that our prices are always affordable, but in certain cases, specific estimates can only be attained after a discussion and understanding your specific business requirement.

With an unbeatable experience in providing highly efficient and affordable Copyright registration services to a variety of clients, we can ensure accurate results and fast turnaround times for all your business requirements.

TaxadvisorIndia is a leading Copyright registration company in Bangalore.

Advantages of Copyright Registration in Bangalore

  • Legal Protection
  • Restricts Unauthorized Reproduction
  • Creation of Asset
  • Branding or Goodwill
  • Global Protection
  • Makes Work Known


TaxAdvisorIndia can apply for your copyright registration in 5 to 7 days.

  • Application Preparation
  • Copyright Filing
  • Copyright Registration


Copyright Registration Application Preparation & Filing Copyright Registration approval
  • Trademark registration takes 5-7 days.
  • Copyright application is prepared by the copyright expert within 2-3 working days.
  • The prepared application will be filed electronically or manually by us, duly signed by you.
  • The government starts processing the application by examining it & also takes care of objections if any.
  • Copyright registration takes anywhere between 2 – 3 months.


Documents Required For Copyright What can be covered under a Copyright?
  • Name, nationality&address of the author of the work.
  • Name, address, and nationality of the applicant.
  • Applicant’s interest in the copyright i.e. Owner / Licensee etc.
  • The Title of the work.
  • In case the applicant is a different person, a declaration from the author.
  • Work’s language.
  • A declaration, whether the work is published or unpublished.
  • If the work is published, country & year of first publication along with nationality, name & address of the publisher.
  • Year and countries of subsequent publications, if any.
  • Name, address, and nationality of any other person authorized to assign or license the rights in the copyright.
  • Firm’s Special Power of attorney.
  • Six hard copies of the work and three soft copies (For computer programs – 3 copies of the program on CD ROMs.).
  • Under the Indian copyright law, four kinds of work can be protected
  • Original Literary Work
  • Original Dramatic Work
  • Original Musical Work
  • Original Artistic work
  • Example are as under:
  • Literary work (i.e. books, articles, notes, texts, etc.)
  • Cinematographic film and photographs.
  • Computer program&software.
  • Architectural works.
  • Sound recording (i.e. song, record, cassette, CD, etc.)
  • Artistic work (i.e. Logo, design, etc.).
  • Web content, websites, blogs, etc.
  • Artistic work (i.e. Logo, design, etc.).
  • Dramatic and musical work (i.e. skit, play, movie, etc.).


Other services offered by TaxadvisorIndia: Trademark registration, Service Tax registration, Professional Tax registration, LLP formation, etc.

Contact us now to receive an obligation-free price quote for Copyright registration services and discuss how we can help your business grow.


FAQs on Copyright Registration

What is Copyright?

Copyright is a right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings.

Copyright guarantees certain minimum safeguards of the rights of authors over their creations, thereby protecting and rewarding creativity. Creativity being the keystone of progress, no civilized society can afford to ignore the basic requirement of encouraging the same.

What is the scope of protection in the Copyright Act, 1957?

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. There is no copyright protection for ideas, procedures, and methods of operation or mathematical concepts as such.

Does copyright apply to titles, names, slogan, logo or idea?

Copyright does not protect names, titles, slogans, or short phrases. In some cases, these things may be protected as trademarks. However, copyright protection may be available for logo artwork that contains adequate authorship. In some circumstances, an artistic logo may also be protected as a trademark.

Copyright does not protect ideas or concepts. To get the protection of copyright a work must be original.

Can I myself file an application for registration of copyright of a work directly?

Yes. Any individual who is an author or rights owner or assignee or legal heir can file application for copyright of a work either at the copyright office or by post or by e-filing facility from the copyright Office web-site

How long does copyright protection last?

The general rule is that copyright lasts for 60 years. In the case of original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works the 60-year period is counted from the year following the death of the author. In the case of cinematograph films, sound recordings, photographs, posthumous publications, anonymous and pseudonymous publications, works of government and works of international organizations, the 60-year period is counted from the date of publication.

Can I transfer my copyright?

Any or all of the copyright owner’s exclusive rights or any subdivision of those rights may be transferred, but the transfer of exclusive rights is not valid unless that transfer is in writing and signed by the owner of the rights conveyed or such owner’s duly authorized agent. Transfer of a right on a nonexclusive basis does not require a written agreement.

A copyright may also be taken by operation of law and may be given through a will. Copyright is a personal property right, and it is subject to the various state laws and regulations that govern the ownership, inheritance, or transfer of personal property as well as terms of contracts or conduct of business. For information about relevant state laws, consult an attorney.