Copyright Law is part of the intellectual property law that assures security of original compositions. The Copyright Act grants protection against plagiarism to all tangible pieces of work. These include work pertaining to literature, music, film, art, lectures in public, Government work, question papers of an examination and plans of a building. In United Kingdom, a copyrighted product is secure with the government and is reproduced by the owner from an official government source if the date or content of his work is challenged for infringement. This effort is put in to increase the economic benefits of the owner and encourage more people to participate with their creativity which in turn helps in exploring new talents, techniques and materials. All this eventually benefits the country. Copyright Registration Service is offered by the intellectual property office to keep track of the output of businesses and individuals for the protection of copyright ownership.
In UK, copyright registration is conducted by agents of copyright or attorneys at the office of the copyright of UK. Works of literature, music, drama, art and sound recordings are protected from unlawful reproductions or translations. A register is maintained where they enter names and titles of the work along with the complete details of the author, publisher and owner of copyright. The owner, author, publisher or any person who lawfully wishes to attain the rights of a particular product, may apply by submitting a form with the prescribed fee to the Registrar of Copyright for entering the details of the work in the Register of Copyright. Once the application is received from the owner of the original work, the registrar then carries out necessary inquiry before issuing copyrights. If a correction is required after the registration has taken place, the authorized person files an application again. This is brought into notice of the registrar who then orders rectification. Omissions or incorrect additions are then taken care of and altered as required. Whether it be a change in name, address or any other detail, it is carried out by the registrar and the entry is amended in the register of copyright. Any entry made in the Register of Copyrights or an alteration in terms of addition or omission in the already existing entries, is brought to public notice by the registrar either by publishing it in the Official Gazette or by any other means he finds appropriate. The Copyright Act of UK provides a big range of categories to protect the creativity of its people from violation. These categories include art, literature, music, drama, films, broadcasts, official work and allow them to reproduce their work and perform in public without fearing plagiarism.