Copyright registration in the Philippines by Brealant

Brealant assists clients with filing copyrights in the Philippines.
The process is managed from our office in the Philippines. We are experts in this line and file a large number of copyrights. 

Works that can be protected under the I.P. Code

If you are an Artist, Musical Recorder, Music/Song Composer, Writer and Etc...

Consider the following for your creation to be protected and for your profit to be secure for illegal claims.

  • ​Books, pamphlets, articles, e-books, audio books, comics, novels, and other writings;
  • Periodicals, newspapers, journals, diaries, magazines, e-zines;
  • Lectures, sermons, addresses, speeches, dissertations prepared for oral delivery, whether or not reduced in writing of the other material form;
  • Letters, circulars, encyclicals, e-mail and other electronic messages;
  • Dramatic or dramatic-o-musical compositions, plays, operas, choreographic works, pantomimes, magic routines and other novelty acts;
  • Musical compositions with or without lyrics;
  • Drawings, paintings, architectural works , sculpture, engraving, prints, lithography or other works of art, models or designs for works of art;
  •     Ornamental designs or models for articles of                 manufacture and industrial objects , and other                 works of applied art;
    • Illustrations, maps, plans , sketches, charts and three-dimensional works relative to geography, topography , architecture, or science;
    • Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character;
    • Photographic works including works produced by a process analogous to photography, lantern slides;
    • Audiovisual works and cinematographic works, and works produced by a process analogous to cinematography or any process for making audio-visual recordings;
    • Pictorial illustrations and advertisements;
    • Computer programs, software, games, applications;
    • Other literary, scholarly, scientific and artistic works, including reports, studies, research, theses, and other academic papers, examinations, online courses, presentations

      Copyright

      Pertains as Literary and Artistic Works, it is automatically granted to the creator once the work is done, yet, a registration is needed for legal protection.

      The expression of the Idea is the only thing which is protected under Copyright and not the Idea itself.

      Two types of Copyright

      Economic Rights

      Has a "Royalty" term to make a profit out of the Copyright.

      Without any discretion the owner of the copyright has the authority to reproduce the goods and services or rather keep it to self for security options.


      Moral Rights

          A resemblance of "Trade Secret" thus it focuses on the                      integrity of the creation for it's own protection.

      Protection

      Original or Derivative works → Lifetime + 50 years after death

      Works of joint authorship → Life of last surviving + 50 years after death

          Anonymous or Pseudonymous works → 50 years from                  publication or making

      Limitations and Exceptions

      Statutory Fair Use For:


      Quotations

      Educational 

          Inclusion in a 
              Use by visually impaired persons

      Limitations on Copyright

      Statutory Fair Use For:


      Government Use


      The use made of a work by or under the direction or control of the Government, by the National Library or by educational, scientific or professional institutions where such use is in the public     interest and is compatible with fair use;

              Sec. 184.1(h), IP Code

      Filling Requirements

      2 Copies of original work:

      Can be printed or put in a CD or in a USB

      If it is digital or soft copy a 3D or a 360 version would be highly acceptable.


              3 Photocopies of valid ID's with a signature.

      For more information

       Our fees to file a copyright start's at ₱9,990 including all government fees.

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