The philosophy of Copyright law is that the law does not permit a person to enrich by what has been produced by the labour, skill and capital of the another person.
Copyright subsists on creation which means the author of the work whether literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, cinematograph film or
sound recordings becomes owner as soons as the work is created.
Registration of copyright is not necessary either for the subsistence or for the enforcement of copyright. However, it is advisable to
register the copyright in the work.