Intellectual Property Rights Office for the Holy See
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This page provides information about the administration of intellectual property in the Holy See. Intellectual property covers copyright and industrial property, including patents, designs, and trademarks.
Copyright can be claimed over any original creative work which is recorded in some way – be that through it being written down, recorded on an audio or audio-visual device, saved to a computer, or any other means.
The rules governing copyright are determined by a variety of international treaties, the most important of which is the Berne Convention.
Berne Convention Status of the Holy See
The Holy See is part of the Berne Convention. Work created in the Holy See is eligible for registration through the Intellectual Property Rights Office's Copyright Registration Service.
|Instrument:||Accession: July 19, 1935|
|In Force:||September 12, 1935|
Online Copyright Registration Options in the Holy See
(Effective in the Holy See and all other Berne Convention countries)
|Cost of International Registration:||USD $60|