Using copyright material
You may use the work of others if:
1. Copyright has expired.
2. You have the written permission of the rights owner.
3. Your use of the work is permitted by an exception as defined under the 1988 Copyright Designs and Patents Act (UK).
4. Your use of the work is covered under a licensing scheme to which the University subscribes and the copyright holder is a member of.
To use copyright materials for commercial purposes the permission of the creator or rights owner must be sought and agreement in writing obtained. Users can expect to pay a fee determined by the rights holder.
Copyright infringement is illegal. Seek advice if you are unsure: email@example.com.