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Fundamental knowledge and considerations for customs recordation of copyright:
(A) The following certificates or proof of entitlement, and the applicant's proofs of identity are mandatory documents for submission.Other documents should be submitted by the applicant when appropriate.
(B) If the accompanying documentation is in foreign language, the main content should be translated into Chinese with confirmation signature from the applicant or agent.
(C) Unless stated as copy, the following documents refer to the original.
1. Proof of entitlement:
Copy of the certificate of voluntary copyright registration and the registration certificate accompanying drawings works. Others include court decisions and administrative authorizations, and other publications, including the original copyright evidence.
2. Applicant’s proof of identity:
Chapter Business Management stamped copy of business license confirmation (limited to domestic business enterprises); or copy of company registration documents or certificates issued by the local government(only foreign business enterprises); or copies of identity documents of the applicant (limited to natural persons);
3. Agency power of attorney:
When the applicant appoints an attorney for prosecution, or for application filed by overseas agents (including China, Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan). The power of attorney shall be signed by the legal representatives or authorized individuals of the applicant);
4. Agent identification:
Chapter Business Management stamped copy of business license confirmation (limited domestic business enterprises); or approval documents for establishing a law firm;
5. List of the legitimate users:
The list of enterprises which have been given the applicant authorized rights to use the works related to goods import and export;
Photos of the illegal or infringing goods, and the packaging. The image should be clear and conspicuous. If necessary, captions may be marked or attached;
7. Suspected infringing cases:
In those cases, the applicant has already acquired the list of the enterprises that are importing and exporting the infringing goods, he has the characteristics of the infringing goods, and possesses preliminary evidences;
8. Right to dispute the description:
Only in case there are disputes or legal proceedings between the applicant and others. The applicant may provide a written statement, complaint or defense in order to revoke, or have an application, or other documents, declared invalid;
9. Other: applicants should disclose other relevant information.