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by D. P. Mittal

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The book is a veritable commentary on the law of copyright in India as enacted in the Copyright Act, 1957 amended from time to time to keep in harmony with International conventions and treaties in the field of copyrights It contains 27 topic oriented chapters

  • The Introductory chapter traces the history of the copyright law preceding the enactment of Copyright Act, 1957 , and deals with scheme of the Act , its objects and features and purpose , explaining briefly amendments in 1983, 1984, 1994, 1999 , 2012 and 2021;
  • Chapter 2 deals with concept of copyright as subsisting not in ideas but in the material form in which the ideas are translated;
  • Chapters 3 to 6 deal with the material provisions of copyright law as contained under Chapter III of the Copyright Act, viz., works in which copyright subsists; what copyright means as exclusive right to do or authorising doing acts in case of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works as also the relating concept of “exhaustive doctrine” and the rights in respect of cinematograph films and sound recordings
  • Chapter 7 deals with ownership of copyright;
  • Chapter 8 deals with assignment, transmission and relinquishment of copyright;
  • Chapter 9 deals with compulsory and statutory licencing ;
  • Chapters 10 to 14 deal with copyright society , its registration, tariff scheme, administration of rights of owner, authors control over it, its submission of returns and reports to Registrar;
  • Chapter 15 deals with rights of Broadcasting Organisation and of Performers
  • Chapter 16 deals with International Copyright;
  • Chapter 17 deals with registration of copyright, indexes, rectification of and correction of entries in the Register 
  • Chapters 18 to 21 deal with as what constitutes an infringement of copyright, groundless threat, remedies by way of injunction , account for profit and damages , penalties and prosecution
  • Chapter 22 to 24 deal with offences by company, cognisance of offence , quashing of criminal proceedings;
  • Chapter 25 deals with appeal;
  • Chapter 26 deals with powers of Registrar;
  • Chapter 27 deals with protection of action taken in good faith.
Categories: Intellectual Property Law
Publisher: Commercial Law Publishers (India) Pvt. Ltd.
About Publisher:

Commercial LAW PUBLISHERS (INDIA) PVT. LTD. which is in the legal publishing business for nearly three decades is now one of the top ranking legal publishers in India–recognized and accepted by diverse professionals and business entities as well as Government Departments in view of the high quality, practical utility as well as diversity in subjects on which it brings out Books. It has the powerful backing of its vast exposure as the leading Books Distributor All over India for over 45 years. From just a couple of titles during the first few years of its publishing activity, Commercial has now around 200 titles and over 350 Bare Acts & Manuals in the field of Direct Indirect Taxes, Corporate Law and Civil/Criminal Laws. It successfully launched the Bare Acts project in the year 1996 and has so far brought out over 350 updated Bare Acts. These are much sought after since these Bare Acts are annotated ones containing notes and brief comments, thus enhancing their utility. Commercial has been bold enough to bring out Books, Commentaries and Referencers on hitherto untouched subjects like Legal Metrology. It has a record number of publications on Income Tax, Company Law, Customs, GST and Students Publications for CA & CS by bringing out high quality publications at affordable prices and is an highly ethical business enterprise. Commercial has withstood the market competition successfully over the years including competition from Foreign publishers and strives its best to serve the legal and corporate professionals better and better every day with its novel ideas and business strategy. Commercial is backed by a team of highly competent in-house professional experts supplemented by high profile authors who have stood by it for decades.

Author: D. P. Mittal
About Author:
D. P. Mittal :

D. P. Mittal, B.Sc., BA (Economics), LL.B., is an advocate, tax and business law consultant. He has a long experience in administering tax laws as an officer of Indian Revenue Service and in advising investors and entrepreneurs on legal and tax aspects of investment in India as an advocate now and previously as a senior adviser in the Indian Investment Centre, New Delhi (a Government of India Organization). He has authored widely acclaimed books - Principles of Constitutional and Administrative Law; Interpretation of Statutes, Wills and Deeds; Law Dictionary; Principles of Business and Commercial Laws; Competition Law; Law relating to Limited Liability Partnership; Administrative Law; Arbitration Law; Law of Trademarks, Passing Off and Geographical Indications; Law of Patents; Information Technology Law; Law of Benami Transactions; Law relating to Formation of Companies; Law relating to Company Meetings and Resolutions; Law relating to Corporate Financing; Law relating to Investigation; Indian Double Taxation Agreements and Tax Laws in India; GAAR; Law of Transfer Pricing in India; Treatise on Direct Tax Code; Law of Sick Industries; Offences and Prosecution; and many more, besides more than two hundred research articles in various Journals and magazines.


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About Book:

The book is a veritable commentary on the law of copyright in India as enacted in the Copyright Act, 1957 amended from time to time to keep in harmony with International conventions and treaties in the field of copyrights It contains 27 topic oriented chapters

  • The Introductory chapter traces the history of the copyright law preceding the enactment of Copyright Act, 1957 , and deals with scheme of the Act , its objects and features and purpose , explaining briefly amendments in 1983, 1984, 1994, 1999 , 2012 and 2021;
  • Chapter 2 deals with concept of copyright as subsisting not in ideas but in the material form in which the ideas are translated;
  • Chapters 3 to 6 deal with the material provisions of copyright law as contained under Chapter III of the Copyright Act, viz., works in which copyright subsists; what copyright means as exclusive right to do or authorising doing acts in case of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works as also the relating concept of “exhaustive doctrine” and the rights in respect of cinematograph films and sound recordings
  • Chapter 7 deals with ownership of copyright;
  • Chapter 8 deals with assignment, transmission and relinquishment of copyright;
  • Chapter 9 deals with compulsory and statutory licencing ;
  • Chapters 10 to 14 deal with copyright society , its registration, tariff scheme, administration of rights of owner, authors control over it, its submission of returns and reports to Registrar;
  • Chapter 15 deals with rights of Broadcasting Organisation and of Performers
  • Chapter 16 deals with International Copyright;
  • Chapter 17 deals with registration of copyright, indexes, rectification of and correction of entries in the Register 
  • Chapters 18 to 21 deal with as what constitutes an infringement of copyright, groundless threat, remedies by way of injunction , account for profit and damages , penalties and prosecution
  • Chapter 22 to 24 deal with offences by company, cognisance of offence , quashing of criminal proceedings;
  • Chapter 25 deals with appeal;
  • Chapter 26 deals with powers of Registrar;
  • Chapter 27 deals with protection of action taken in good faith.
Categories: Intellectual Property Law
Publisher: Commercial Law Publishers (India) Pvt. Ltd.
About Publisher:

Commercial LAW PUBLISHERS (INDIA) PVT. LTD. which is in the legal publishing business for nearly three decades is now one of the top ranking legal publishers in India–recognized and accepted by diverse professionals and business entities as well as Government Departments in view of the high quality, practical utility as well as diversity in subjects on which it brings out Books. It has the powerful backing of its vast exposure as the leading Books Distributor All over India for over 45 years. From just a couple of titles during the first few years of its publishing activity, Commercial has now around 200 titles and over 350 Bare Acts & Manuals in the field of Direct Indirect Taxes, Corporate Law and Civil/Criminal Laws. It successfully launched the Bare Acts project in the year 1996 and has so far brought out over 350 updated Bare Acts. These are much sought after since these Bare Acts are annotated ones containing notes and brief comments, thus enhancing their utility. Commercial has been bold enough to bring out Books, Commentaries and Referencers on hitherto untouched subjects like Legal Metrology. It has a record number of publications on Income Tax, Company Law, Customs, GST and Students Publications for CA & CS by bringing out high quality publications at affordable prices and is an highly ethical business enterprise. Commercial has withstood the market competition successfully over the years including competition from Foreign publishers and strives its best to serve the legal and corporate professionals better and better every day with its novel ideas and business strategy. Commercial is backed by a team of highly competent in-house professional experts supplemented by high profile authors who have stood by it for decades.

Author: D. P. Mittal
About Author:
D. P. Mittal :

D. P. Mittal, B.Sc., BA (Economics), LL.B., is an advocate, tax and business law consultant. He has a long experience in administering tax laws as an officer of Indian Revenue Service and in advising investors and entrepreneurs on legal and tax aspects of investment in India as an advocate now and previously as a senior adviser in the Indian Investment Centre, New Delhi (a Government of India Organization). He has authored widely acclaimed books - Principles of Constitutional and Administrative Law; Interpretation of Statutes, Wills and Deeds; Law Dictionary; Principles of Business and Commercial Laws; Competition Law; Law relating to Limited Liability Partnership; Administrative Law; Arbitration Law; Law of Trademarks, Passing Off and Geographical Indications; Law of Patents; Information Technology Law; Law of Benami Transactions; Law relating to Formation of Companies; Law relating to Company Meetings and Resolutions; Law relating to Corporate Financing; Law relating to Investigation; Indian Double Taxation Agreements and Tax Laws in India; GAAR; Law of Transfer Pricing in India; Treatise on Direct Tax Code; Law of Sick Industries; Offences and Prosecution; and many more, besides more than two hundred research articles in various Journals and magazines.

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