literary property

Definition of "literary property"
  1. A category of works created by authors, which gives them the exclusive right to use, publish and profit from their work. This includes books, articles, poems, movie scripts, and computer programs. However, personal communications such as letters are usually not considered literary property
How to use "literary property" in a sentence
  1. The dispute over the literary property of the book was resolved through mediation.
  2. As the exclusive owner of the literary property, she negotiated for its film adaptation rights.
  3. The draft of the computer program was considered as a valuable literary property.

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