• The objects which are not The followings are not objects of intellectual property rights:

    official documents (laws, laws, decrees, resolutions and etc.) and also their official translations;

    official symbols and marks (flags, emblems, honours, banknote, etc.); amateur and folk arts;

    information on day news or information on current events having the nature of usual press -information;

    results received with assistance technical means aimed to manufacturing of a defined nature without realization by a person of the creative activity directly aimed at the creation of individual work. (The Civil Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Ch. 60, Art. 1044).

    According to Article 1041 of the Civil Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Intellectual Property rights shall not be applied to ideas, conceptions, principles, systems, decisions proposed or inventions that are fairly exciting phenomena.

  • Even if you paraphrase the author in your work, you have to refer him/her. For example, you are working on the dissertation and using a book or an article and ideas of the author for creation of your work. You have to refer all literature that are used. Otherwise, otherwise, your work will be considered plagiarism and will entail serious consequences for you both in the scientific world and from the legal side. Also, you may be subject to the Code of Administrative Liability, article 177-1.

  • We should define what type of right we mean. The author’s moral rights cover the right of disclosure, the right of authorship, and the right to the integrity of the work. Moral rights are inalienable, perpetual and imprescriptible. For instance, the author of “Khamsa” is always Alisher Navoiy, and the author of “Eugene Onegin” is Alexander Pushkin. If we talk about the economics rights, then they have a time limit.

    The period of duration of economic rights is set out in the Article 1065 of the Civil Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan:

    - The author's right acts during all live of the author and seventy years after his death considering the first January of a year following after the year of the author's death.

    - The author's right for work created in co-authorship shall act during all live co- authors and seventy years after the death of the last of the author who has survived other co-authors.

    - The author's right for work which was published for the first time under the pseudonym or namelessly shall act during seventy years beginning from the first January of a year following after a year of production of work.

    - If during the indicated time period, an anonymous author or pseudonym becomes known, the time period indicated in Paragraph 1 of the present Article shall be applied. The author's right belongs to heirs of the author and passes by inheritance during time periods indicated in the first Paragraph of the present Article. Within these time periods the author's right belongs to legal successor who have received this right under the contract with the author, his heirs and next legal successors.

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