Procedures for issuance of certificates of registration of related rights at the central level in Vietnam

What are the procedures for issuance of certificates of registration of related rights at the central level in Vietnam? - Ngoc Thi (Da Nang, Vietnam)

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On December 27, 2022, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of Vietnam issued Decision 3684/QD-BVHTTDL on the publication of standardized administrative procedures in 2022 within the scope of management functions of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism.

Specifically, the procedure for granting a certificates of registration of related rights at the central level is carried out as follows:

1. Application for issuance of certificates of registration of related rights at the central level in Vietnam

Application for issuance of a central-level related right registration certificate includes:

(1) Declaration for registration of related rights (Form 02 issued together with Circular 08/2016/TT-BVHTTDL)

Declaration for registration of related rights

The declaration must be made in Vietnamese and signed by the relevant right holder himself or by the person authorized to file the application, with full information about the applicant and the relevant right holder, summaries of performances, phonograms, video recordings, or broadcasts, time, place, and form of publication, and a commitment of responsibility for the information stated in the application.

(2) Two copies of the relevant registration object profile;

(3) A power of attorney, if the applicant is an authorized person;

(4) Documents proving the right to file an application if the applicant enjoys that right through inheritance, transfer, or inheritance;

(5) Written consent of the co-owners if the related rights are jointly owned

The documents specified in (3), (4), and (5) above must be made in Vietnamese; if they are made in a foreign language, they must be translated into Vietnamese.

2. Procedures for issuance of certificates of registration of related rights at the central level in Vietnam

- Owners of related rights may directly or indirectly authorize other organizations or individuals to submit an application for registration of related rights at the head office of the Copyright Office, the Representative of Copyright and Related Rights Registration Office of the Copyright Office in Ho Chi Minh City, or the Representative of Copyright and Related Rights Registration Office of the Copyright Office in Da Nang City.

- Within fifteen working days from the date of receipt of a valid application, the Copyright Office shall grant a certificate of registration of related rights. In the event of a refusal to issue a Certificate of Registration of Related Rights, a written notice must be given to the applicant.

3. How to apply for the issuance of certificate of registration of related rights at the central level in Vietnam

Submit in person or by post to the Copyright Office, the Representative of the Copyright and Related Rights Registration Office of the Copyright Office in Ho Chi Minh City, representative of the Copyright and Related Rights Registration Office of the Copyright Office in Da Nang city Or apply online at the Public Service Portal of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism.

4. Fees for the issuance of certificates of registration of related rights at the central level in Vietnam

Fees for granting certificates of registration of related rights at the central level are prescribed as follows:

- Fee for issuance of a Certificate of Related Rights for performances fixed on phonograms: 200,000 VND/Certificate.

- Fee for issuance of the Certificate of Related Rights for the performance fixed on the Video Record: 300,000 VND/Certificate.

- Fee for granting related rights certificates for performances fixed on broadcast programs: 500,000 VND/certificate.

- Fee for issuance of a Certificate of Related Rights for Sound Recording: 200,000 VND/Certificate.

- Fee for granting a related rights certificate for video recording: 300,000 VND/certificate.

- Fee for the issuance of related rights certificates for broadcast programs: 500,000 VND/certificate.

Thanh Rin

 

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