Our Three Step Simple Process

Online Copyright Registration in three simple steps

Engagement & Consultation

Information Collection & Documentation

Application & Registration

Benefits of Copyright Registration

Legal Protection of Original work

Protection against infringement

Brand value and goodwill

Market credibility

Asset creation

Public record

Documents required for registration

  • ID Proof of individual applicant: name, address and nationality details
  • 2 Copies of work
  • DD/IPO of Fees as applicable, per work
  • NOC from various copyright holders or a copy of the agreement (deed of assignment)
  • NOC from the publisher if work published and publisher is different from the applicant
  • Power of Attorney
  • KYC of Author

What all you get

Standard Package


all inclusive fees

  • Copyright Registration for music, films, videos, books, logos etc.
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Premium Package


all inclusive fees

  • Copyright Registration for music, films, videos, books, logos etc.
  • Trademark Registration
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Steps to register a Copyright

  • 1

    Step 1

    ·         Basic Consultancy on Copyright Registration

    ·         Collection of necessary information and documents

  • 2

    Step 2

    ·     Application along with prescribed particulars is made to the Registrar. Separate application is required for separate works.

    ·     Application to be signed by the Applicant and Advocate in charge in whose favour the Vakalatnama is executed

    ·    Acknowledgement slip issued by the Registrar and commencement of waiting time (30 days mandatory waiting time, for objections raised, if any)

  • 3

    Step 3

    ·       If no objection is received, application is checked by the scrutinizer and if no discrepancy is found, the same is entered in the Register of Copyright.

    ·        In case, objections are received, both the parties are called for a hearing process.

    ·        Conduct of hearing, objections resolved, and scrutiny of application by the scrutinizer

    ·         Approval or Rejection of the application.

    ·         Closure