Copyright Application

Copyright Register

Copyright Register ©

The register of intellectual property and trade marks 


It is an offence to use any copyrighted property without licensed written consent. All copyrights on this register are intended to be legally binding and valid in all territories (sovereign or otherwise) for no less than 70 years after the death of the current owner. 

To apply for a copyright please complete the form on this page.

How the process works:

  1. Complete the application form (be sure not to be vague and to state whether or not you wish to include government filings. If you intend to include government filing, please specify for which country/countries you wish to file for.)
  2. Your application will be reviewed and verified (Your application will be reviewed and verified to ensure eligibility for inclusion on to the copyright register. This process typically takes between 2 and 5 days, but may take longer during times of high demand.)
  3. Response (You will receive a response along with a unique copyright application number, either accepting your application, recommending alterations, requesting further information or rejecting your application.)
  4. Action & Completion (Should your application be successful, you will then be required to pay the registration fees. Should alterations be required you will need to make the amendments and send evidence of such to the copyright register quoting your copyright application number in every correspondence. Should your application be rejected this is likely to be on legal grounds, a consultation can be arranged with a recommended lawyer to discuss any options you may have in order to proceed, legal consultations are billed on hourly rates and provided by third party lawyers independent of the copyright register.)

Apply for a Copyright ©

Applications will be reviewed typically within 2 to 5 days. Copyright Register will contact you regarding the outcome of your application.

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