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Please use the form below to contact the IP Rights Office with any queries regarding the Copyright Registration Service. Before contacting the IPRO, please make sure you have consulted our FAQ to see if your question is already answered there. Please note that the IPRO can only offer advice on registering, verifying, or retrieving work registered through the CRS. We cannot offer advice on legal matters relating to copyright issues. For such queries you should contact a qualified Intellectual Property lawyer in your local jurisdiction.

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Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information provided on this website is accurate at the time of writing, the information provided is for general guidance only and is not a substitute for professional legal advice. Always consult a qualified Intellectual Property lawyer operating in your local jurisdiction.