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Published works are eligible for copyright protection in the United States if *any* one of the following conditions is met: + On the date of first publication, one or more of the authors is a national or domiciliary of the United States, or is a national, domiciliary, or sovereign authority of a treaty party,* or is a stateless person wherever that person may be domiciled; or *A treaty party is a country or intergovernmental organization other than the United States that is a party to an international agreement.

Two General Principles + Mere ownership of a book, manuscript, painting, or any other copy or phonorecord does not give the possessor the copyright. The law provides that transfer of ownership of any material object that embodies a protected work does not of itself convey any rights in the copyright. + Minors may claim copyright, but state laws may regulate the business dealings involving copyrights owned by minors. For information on relevant state laws, consult an attorney. ———————————————————————————————————— COPYRIGHT AND NATIONAL ORIGIN OF THE WORK Copyright protection is available for all unpublished works, regardless of the nationality or domicile of the author.

However, registration is not a condition of copyright protection. Even though registration is not a requirement for protection, the copyright law provides several inducements or advantages to encourage copyright owners to make registration. Among these advantages are the following: + Registration establishes a public record of the copyright claim. + Before an infringement suit may be filed in court, registration is necessary for works of U. S. origin. + If made before or within 5 years of publication, registration will establish prima facie evidence in court of the validity of the copyright and of the facts stated in the certificate.

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