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Getting permission to use copyright material

Generally, if you want to use someone else's work (such as text, music or a photograph), in a way that copyright exclusively reserves to the copyright owner (such as copying or uploading onto a website) you need permission.

For an introduction to copyright, including a description of copyright works and restricted uses, see the information sheet An introduction to copyright in New Zealand.


Information Sheet: Getting permission to use copyright material - 246kB
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The purpose of this information sheet is to give general introductory information about copyright. If you need to know about how the law applies in a particular situation, please get advice from a lawyer.

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