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Delhi Court: Nobody Has Copyright on Teachings Written in Holy Books Like 'Quran' - (03 Aug 2022)

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Delhi Court while dismissing a suit of copyright infringement filed over publication of a book titled "Islamic Studies" with a cost of Rs. 50,000 has held that nobody can have copyright on the teachings which are written in the Holy Books Quran and Hadees or other Islamic books.

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