Duplicate work - postal order form

This form is used by the account holder to request duplicate copies of registered work.

When to use the form

Typically, this is when copyright ownership is in dispute: When a registered work has been infringed, preliminary proceedings have been exhausted, and a duplicate work is required to demonstrate proof of content of the registered work.

It may also be used simply if the account holder has lost the work and requires a replacement.

How to use this form

1 Complete the form on-screen

2 Confirm your details & print the form

3 Sign and date the completed form

The form must be signed by the account holder (or authorised agent).

Send the completed form, a copy of your updated work, and payment to:

UK Copyright Service - Registration Services
4 Tavistock Avenue
Didcot
Oxfordshire
OX11 8NA
United Kingdom

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Charges

The current standard charge for work duplication is £26.00 per work. This covers administration and normal duplication charges.

If unusual circumstances require additional charges, you will be contacted for confirmation, and invoiced separately for any extra charges.

Please make cheques/postal orders/international money orders for UK Pounds Sterling (GBP), and made payable to ‘Copyright Witness Ltd’.

All charges are in UK Pounds Sterling (GBP). All charges include VAT.

We accept most major credit/debit cards, and all personal details are 100% secure.
  

Notes

This form is also available as a downloadable PDF form.

For security reasons we require that the supplied account holder details match our records. Should any of the details not match our records, we may contact you for additional information to confirm your identity and right to the work.

By default (unless instruction is given to the contrary or the work is large or problematic), duplicate works are provided on CD or DVD media and delivered to the postal address you specify.

Posted work copies are accompanied by a printed registration certificate bearing our company seal. The covering letter includes a formal declaration confirming that this represents a true copy of the stored work that has been unaltered since the date of submission.

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