Copyright refers to the rights of organizations and individuals to works they have created or own.
Copyright arises at the moment when a work is created and expressed in a certain material form.
Copyright consists of:
Clause 2 Article 4 of the 2005 Law on Intellectual Property Rights, amended and supplemented in 2009
Moral rights are civil rights attached to the authors. These rights cannot be valued in money and cannot be transferred to other subjects, except for the rights to publish works.
When a work is created, its author automatically assumes all moral rights without having to register the work.
Moral rights consist of:
Article 19 of the 2005 Law on Intellectual Property Rights, amended and supplemented in 2009
Property rights are rights that can be valued in money, including property rights, subjects of intellectual property rights, and land use rights.
Economic rights include:
PLF is the Organization of Industrial Property Representation in Vietnam – an entity authorized by the National Office of Intellectual Property to act on behalf of individuals and enterprises to establish and enforce intellectual property rights.
Clients seeking copyright consultation can contact:
PLF LAW FIRM
12th Floor, Ruby Tower,
81-85 Ham Nghi, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: +8428 3821 2161 or +8428 3821 2162
Fax: +8428 3821 2165
8h00 - 17h30 (UTC+7)
Mondays - Fridays