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What does it cost to register a copyright?

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2009-10-15 05:35:17
2009-10-15 05:35:17

Here are the published filing fees of the U.S. Copyright Office as of 2006. These are subject to change, and also note that private companies or Web sites might do the registration for you for an additional fee. To enforce a copyright in a different country, you may be required to register there as well. * For a single work (Form TX, PA, VA, SR, or SE): $45 per application * For a group of serials or newsletters (Form SE/ GROUP): $25 per issue ($50 minimum) * For first appeal of denial of registration: $250 * Registration of a group of published photographs: $45 * Recordation of a document (including assignment of ownership or exclusive licenses): $95 (plus an additional $25 for each additional 10 titles) Here are the published filing fees of the U.S. Copyright Office as of 2004. These are subject to change, and also note that private companies or Web sites might do the registration for you for an additional fee. * For a single work (Form TX, PA, VA, SR, or SE): $30 per application * For a group of serials or newsletters (Form SE/ GROUP): $15 per issue ($45 minimum) * For a group of updates to a database, covering up to a 3-month period (Form TX): $30 per application

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