2407.2 (D) How to Request Copies of the U.S. Copyright Office’s Recordation Records
This Section discusses the procedure for obtaining copies of the Office’s recordation records. The specific persons who may obtain copies of these records are discussed in Sections 2407.2 (A) through 2407.2 (B) (2) above.
Documents that have been recorded with the Office may be copied in the Public Records Reading Room, including the certificate of recordation for each document and the document cover sheet (if any).
In the alternative, members of the public may submit a written request to RRCS containing the following information:
• The person’s name and contact information.
• The volume and page number for the recorded document.
• Whether the copies should be certified or uncertified.
To request copies of a pending document that has been submitted for recordation or any written communications concerning a recorded document or a pending document, authorized parties should submit a written request to RRCS containing the information set forth above.
In all cases, the request should be sent to RRCS at the address specified in Section 2403, together with the appropriate fee. For information concerning this fee, see Section 2407.6.