What is Copyright under the Copyright Law? Works a Copyright subsists?

What is Copyright under Copyright Law? Works a Copyright subsists?


The word 'copyright' derives from the copier of the words. With the ultimate goal of this performance, 'copyright' basically means the correct subject matter for the arrangement of copyright performance, any performance in or approved to be performed in relation to such work or any significant part of it is. According to Black's Dictionary copyright means transcript, copying and reproduction of the original writing painting, etc. The Oxford English Dictionary defines that copyright is a special right granted to the author, composer for a specified period of time to print, publish and sell copies of the original work.
Copyright under the Copyright Law
Copyright under the Copyright Law

Section 14 Copyright Act 1957: Section 14 of the Copyright Act 19557 defines the term "copyright", which means - special rights in this regard, in relation to work or doing other works in relation to the work. Authority to authorize in-
A) literary, musical works or dramatics,
B) computer programs,
C) artistic work,
D) cinematograph film, and
E) sound recording.
The meaning of the Copyright Act should be clearly understood in relation to the nature and function of the subject matter of the Act. Section 14 of the Copyright Act 1957 clearly states the meaning of the Act: -
Under Section 14 of the Copyright Act, 14 'Copyright' means a specific right under this Act, that is, the right to do or authorize something in relation to another Act: -
A) literary dramatic or musical work-

I. Reproducing the work in any physical form including the storage of any medium by electronic means;
Second. Issues copies of works to the public that should not be copied in circulation already;
Third. The work must be done in public or it should be made public;
IV. Work should be respected when recording any cinematograph film or sound;
V. Translation must be done while creating the work;
b) In the case of a computer program-
I. Clause (a) specified to perform any work;
Second. Is to sell or give a copy of a computer program;
C) In case of artistic work-
I. To present the work in any physical form which would include-
1. Its storage in any medium by electronic means;
2. Illustration that takes place in three dimensions of a two-dimensional work;
3. Illustration that is in two dimensions of a three-dimensional work;
Second. To tell the public about the work;
Third. Issues copies of works to the public that should not be copied in circulation already;
IV. The work must be included when making any cinematograph film;
d) In the case of cinematograph film-
I. A picture of any image plays a virtual role to make a copy of the film;
Second. Offers available to be sold or offered on contract, to be purchased or to do jobs, any duplicate of the film pays little attention to whether such duplicate has been sold or given on contract before the general society.
Third. To communicate about the film to the public;
E) In case of sound recording-
I. To form the quality of any other sound recording;
Second. Any copy of a sound recording, whether for sale or for hire, or an offer for sale or hire, whether such copy is sold or given on hire on earlier occasions;

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