In international and comparative law, the term “intellectual property” is accepted as a common name for industrial property law and copyright. They are not just pragmatic reasons that speak in favor of accepting a unique name, but also understanding of the existence of close links between industrial property and copyright.
The common characteristics of copyright and industrial property justify existence unique legal disciplines. The subject of protection of intellectual property rights are spiritual creations and the right of the creator, author, to the results of his intellectual creation, hence i encourages the name intellectual property.
Intellectual property represents the creations of the mind, as which are inventions, literal and artistic works, symbols, names, images, and designs in trade, and similarly.