The intellectual property right system is put into a set of norms that regulate social relations in connection with the creation, recognition of legal protection and use of intellectual results of human activity. The term intellectual property is closely related to human mental activity, because it is fundamentally man is the owner and administrator of these ideas are born during this activity. The results of mental activity can be realized in the following items defined in the Convention Establishing the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO):
a) literary, artistic and scientific works;
b) the executive activities of artists, recording, radio and television broadcasts;
c) inventions in all fields of human activity;
d) scientific discoveries;
e) industrial designs;
f) trademarks, service marks, company names and trade marks;
g) other items arising in the process of mental activity such as manufacturing and trading experience.
All these objects created by man can be actively used in business organizations and associations in the production of goods, services, advertising, etc. Therefore, intellectual property have not only physical but also legal entities. Intellectual property rights is an institute of civil law that regulates relations connected with the exploitation of intellectual activity.