A Practical Insight into Copyright Law – India Perspective

The word “original” has not been defined in the Copyright Act,1957 (“the Act”), but has derived its connotation through case laws. It is largely understood as a work that “owes its origin to the author”; the work must originate from the skill and labour of the author and must not be a copy of any other work.

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Authors : Dheeraj Kapoor and Aprajita Nigam

This article first appeared in ICLJ Copyright 2020, published by Global Legal Group