Copyright Registration

Don’t let someone else slow you down! Secure all your work by getting a Copyright Registration in India through SunBrio!


Easy 5 Step Process of Copyright Registration

1Information Form
Tell our executives about the work that you would like to get the copyright registration certificate for.
Based on the work to be copyrighted, we will provide you with a detailed quotation and timeframe process.
We help you prepare the documents required for the copyright application online.
Our experts will draft your Copyright Application, generate the forms and diary number and send it to you via email.
After sending you all the documents, we will guide you with the final process of sending the material to the government office.
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Rs 4,000/-
Literary & Artistic work, Paintings, Lyrics, Scripts & Softwares
Inclusive of Govt. Fees & Taxes
Rs 5,500/-
Inclusive of Government Fees & Taxes
Sound Recording and Musical Work
Rs 8,500/-
Inclusive of Government Fees & Taxes
Cinematograph Film & Videos
Copyright Registration Service Package
Copyright Diary Number
Government Acknowledgement Receipts
Start Using ‘C’ Symbol
End-to-End Service
Objection Handling
Online Copyright Application Tracking

Know Everything about Copyright Registration

The right to copy any artwork for the purpose of monetary gains is secured with the Copyright Registration in India. Every individual or business in India can apply for a Copyright Registration and get a certificate from the Government of India to help them secure the efforts they have put in reating their artwork and gaining any form of monetary benefit from it.
Copyright Registration stages
1 New Application
Here, your copyright application is checked for clearing of all the required formalities as per the rules and regulations.
2Work Awaited
The office is waiting to receive the work sent via courier to be copyright along with the forms generated by us in the last process.
As per the Copyright Act 1957, there is a mandatory waiting period of 1 month for every application post which it is processed.
The copyright application is then queued for processing and soon it will be updated with the next status.
Any shortfalls of queries raised by the copyright office are then sent to us via mail, to which we file a fitting reply to get your application processed further.
Based on the reply filed by us, the queries are addressed and a hearing takes place to determine whether your application shall be registered or not.
Copyright Registration Advantages

Intellectual property as an asset which can be sold

Right to stop misuse of the work

Validity of 60 Years posthumous

Right to make copies of the work

Security of monetary gains associated with work created by you

Documents Required for Copyright Registration

Identity Proof of the Copyright applicant

Address Proof of the Copyright applicant

Power of Attorney on Rs 100/- Stamp Paper

2 Copies of the work to be copyrighted

3 Sets of Forms Generated with the Diary Number

About us

We have been working in the field of Intellectual Property Rights in India since 2013. Though, our office is located in Pune, Maharashtra, we have served clients from all over India and abroad. We have successfully established our goodwill in the market even after facing competition from heavily funded organizations due to our discipline and policies which we have evolved through experience in this industry. Please be rest assured that you are giving the work to one of the best service providers in the market.





Frequently Asked Questions

Copyright is a form of intellectual property that grants the creator of an original work, exclusive rights to its use and distribution, with the intention of enabling the creator of intellectual wealth to receive compensation for their work. Original works of authorship such as literary works, dramatic, musical and artistic works, computer software (mobile or any other), cinematographic films and sound recordings. In short everything that can be penned into a paper having created solely by its author. A copyright registration is valid for the entire lifetime of the applicant holder + 60 years.
Literary work (i.e. books, articles, notes, texts, etc.) Artistic work (i.e. Logo, design, etc.) Software or computer program (mobile, desktop or any other) Websites and web content. Cinematographic film and photographs. Sound recording (i.e. song, record, cassette, CD, etc.) Dramatic and musical work (i.e. skit, play, movie, etc.) Work of architecture.
The copyrighted work cannot be copied by anyone else. This helps maintain the originality of the work and makes the creator of the work the sole receiver of any consideration receivable for the work. The certificate (where the details of the work are entered on registration) is the prima facie evidence in all courts. If the work is used without permission by anyone else, it is a cognizable offence i.e. one can directly file a police complaint to stop the misuse of the work. One does not have to go the court near the place where the infringement has occurred, the owner of the copyrighted work can file a complaint in a court near him and the respondent regardless of where he or she is situated will have to appear before the court where the appeal is filed. The owner of the work can reproduce the work in any material form including storing of it in any medium such as electronic means, etc. In case of computer program the rights also includes to sell or give on hire, any copy of the computer program.
Courts are empowered to grant the following relief in case of infringement of copyright: Temporary and permanent injunction (Prohibition to continue the act of infringement). Impounding and destruction of all infringing copies. Actual monetary damages plus the infringer’s profits. Statutory Costs – Court charges and reasonable attorneys’ fees. In addition to civil remedy, the Copyright Act enables the owner of a copyright to take criminal proceedings against the infringer. The offence of infringement is punishable with imprisonment which may extend from a minimum period of 6 moths to a maximum period of 3 years and a fine of Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 2 Lac.
To get your Copyright Registered, it needs to be applied with the Copyright Office, HRD Ministry Government of India, New Delhi, India. There is only 1 office in India situated in Delhi.
Yes, if an exact copy of the work already exists with the Copyright Office the application will get rejected. As per the Copyright Act, if there is any original aspect added to the work already registered you will be given a new certificate. Awareness about copyrights in India is so less that a chance of registration being already present is very rare.
I have a brand name and a logo, do I get it trademark or copyrighted? A Trademark is done for the brand name, whereas a copyright is for an artwork which can be a book, script, logo, design, etc.
Generally it takes around 4 to 6 months to get it registered. We have also been able to obtain it within 1 month where the work is fairly simple and the client follows all the instructions given by us on time.

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