Including photographs as intellectual creations, and as such it is, they are subject to intellectual property rights. Now we can find controversies related to ownership or creation, plagiarism, copies or unlawful reproductions, financial transactions, sales, assignments and transfers of these rights. But in addition to these problems the picture in article 128 of the LPI makes a difference between mere pictures and photographic works.
In the latter case, without prejudice to the rights to these pictures we had, are understood as mere pictures lacking any creative or intellectual sheen. For which can be found in the obligation or need to make a report proving or justifying the creativity of this photograph or otherwise justify or prove that they are mere photographs. It is in these cases where MGA appraisals can help you get the report you need given our extensive experience in this sector so specific and characteristic. Contact us without obligation.