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Rights Related to Copyright in India

Author: Janmejay Singh, PURSUING PhD IN LAW, AMITY UNIVERSITY, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

Abstract Intellectual Property refers to those products that are the creation and invention of the human mind. The main aim of intellectual property is to give protection to the intellect skill. They may be manifested as inventions of the human mind, literary and artistic works, symbols, names, images and design used in commerce, protected in law as patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs etc. There is a commercial use of various kind of intellectual property in different ways. The right of another form of property of intellectual property also has the right to ownership. As an owner of a house can lease sell etc. Intellectual property owner also has the right as similar of an owner of a house it is the subject of government policy. Copyright is an important element of intellectual property law. Basically, in India copyright protection comes in existence as soon work is done no mandatory requirement of registration the paperwork of registration is a prima facie evidence. In this paper aim to introduce copyright in India.

Keywords: Copyright Law, Intellectual Property Rights, Rights of Authors, Remedies against Infringement.

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