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Updated on 24 Oct 2020  9.00 AM IST | 4 min read

What is Copyright?

Copyright is a legal right given to the creator of the original work for its use & trade. It is a form of intellectual property and an asset for the original creator of the work. Any work which is new & unique and falls under below categories are considered as original work –

  1. Literary
  2. Music
  3. Painting
  4. Drama
  5. Photography
  6. Poetry
  7. Artistic film
  8. Sound recording
  9. Song

This is done by the original creators in order to protect their work from infringement or theft. Copyright registration is very important for the owners of the work to register their work in time to protect the copyright of their original work.


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What is Copyright objection?

During the process of copyright registration, there may be chances that your copyright application may meet with objections from any other party. Registrar may point out you in case objection is raised by any party at the time of copyright registration. An objection may be raised by the registrar because of the following reasons –

  1. Similarities found in applications
  2. Existence of similar work

The copyright objection may be raised by the registrar anytime within 30 days of the filing of the application.

Why to file reply to copyright objection?

The registrar fully examines the copyright application of an applicant & if any objection arises, same is forwarded by the registrar to the applicant immediately & request for clarifications. It is a legal obligation to file a response to the copyright objection letter. In case, if a response is not filed, there might be chances of application cancellation and the same is updated in copyright journal as “Rejected”.

In order to avoid rejection, it is very important for you to respond to the copyright objection letter in time to obtain & sustain the legal rights of your work.

Documents required in support of Copyright objection

Documents in support of reply to the discrepancy letter are needed for Copyright objection.

How to respond to copyright objection?

Copyright objection letter is a legal document and an applicant needs legal knowledge as well as drafting skills to respond it. There is no fixed format for copyright objection letter. Therefore, in order to draft a response, you must have enough legal knowledge or you can also take help from a legal expert.

How Finacbooks help in Copyright Objection?

Finacbooks is a leading Indian portal providing accounting, finance & taxation services to small businesses. We are having more than 10 years of experience helping individuals in filing professional replies to the copyright objection and help them in retaining their work at a least possible price. We will guide you through the entire process of responding to Copyright objection. To avail the best deals on copyright objection, kindly call us at 8800221252 or you can also e-mail us at info@finacbooks.com

Copyright Objection FAQ’S

A copyright is valid in India. However, it can be used as a proof outside India as well.
A registrar can issue any objection on the submitted application within 30 days of filing of the application.
The reply drafted by the applicant to the copyright department received by the registrar for review. In case, relevant documents are provided by the applicant in relation to the response, registrar will proceed with the registration unless the application will be rejected.
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