Copyrights (Copyright Canada)

What is a Copyright?

Simply put, a copyright prohibits others from copying your work without your permission (as per copyright act). As per the copyright law, original literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work such as books, plays, songs, paintings, safety instructions, Web pages, how-to manuals and a prospectus are all copyrighted.

Top 4 reasons to register your Copyright:

  1. Registering a Copyright will create a public record showing you as the owner.
  2. In case of copyright infringement, a registered Copyright will become the evidence you need to prove your ownership.
  3. You can license your work and charge fees for the use of your work.
  4. Protection is the ultimate reason for registering Copyright.

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to learn more about protecting your Intellectual Property. The guide will arrive via e-mail in several chapters. You should receive the first chapter shortly.This guide will allow you to have a better understanding of Copyright process.

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