Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property rights are rights given to a person who created something through intellectually creative activities. These rights guarantee that the created work is not exploited by others without authorization. Intangible property rights and intellectual ownership rights are sometimes used to mean the same rights. Intellectual property rights include the following rights:

Tree Diagram of Rights Included in Intellectual Property Rights

Coverage of intellectual property rights is growing, and more rights may be protected in addition to the above.
Among these rights, industrial property rights and other rights require application and registration to be secured. On the other hand, copyright does not require these steps and is granted automatically once the literary work is created based on an international rule (registration systems for the purpose of acquiring rights are prohibited). This is called the non-formality rule .