Imperial Copyright Act of 1911

March 18, 2023

In accordance with Article 372(1) of the Constitution, the Imperial Copyright Act of 1911,  as it was implemented by the Indian Copyright Act of 1914, was “a law in force in the territory of India immediately before the commencement of the Constitution.”  The Copyright Act of 1914 had the following key provisions:

The protection was granted not to ideas but to the content from which the work was conveyed;

 the author’s entitlement arose as soon as the project was developed;

the registration of the author’s work was not required;  

 the protection was afforded as soon as the work was created;

 under copyright law, the plaintiff should refrain from asking the court to block all scholarly and research paths as well as all advancements in human knowledge; If you want to be a judicial officer and are looking for RJS coaching in Jaipur, here, at Jyoti Judiciary we provide comprehensive study material to make your preparation solidified and topnotch. From preliminary mock tests, to mains answer writing sessions every material required for clearing the exam is provided. We have separate legal current affairs classes, legal general knowledge, current affairs classes all in one time enrolment. Hurry up.

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