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This book is a compilation of some of the work done during my undergraduate. Perhaps, the book is written with an aim to aware of some aspects of Intellectual Property law in Nepal. The book is a compilation of chapters previously published in Journals during my Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws. The book serves the associated audience through four chapters. The first part of the book highlights the overall Intellectual Property Regime in Nepal through statically data and literature. Whereas, the second part gives insight into the jurisprudential aspects of the property, through analyzing several theories of private property rights and fair use doctrine. Third, the chapter gives detail overview rights of authorship through dissecting copyright legislation of Nepal. Fourth, highlights the issues of celebrity rights, taking the example of Namrata Shrestha Incident to shows the existing conflict between media and celebrity rights in Nepal and how would rights of celebrity be protected through IPR’s. Last, the chapter deals with the protection of fashion design through IPR’s Legal framework.


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