Copyright

The University of Leicester Website, as a database, is eligible for protection under copyright and Database Right. These rights are owned by the University of Leicester.

All original content (including text, code, page design, graphics and sound) in the University of Leicester Website is eligible for protection under copyright and Database Right. Unless explicitly stated otherwise on the relevant page, these rights are also owned by the University of Leicester.

The University of Leicester also asserts its moral rights to the material in which it owns the copyright.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise on the relevant page, material appearing on the University of Leicester Website may be copied only for the purposes of reading it, keeping it for personal reference by a single individual, or for use by University of Leicester employees in the course of their duties and by registered students of the University of Leicester in the course of their studies, provided that in all cases the identity and source are indicated. The material may also be used by lawful users in accordance with the Copyright and Rights in Database Regulations 1997 as subsumed into the Copyright, Designs & Patents Act 1988.

Any other reproduction or distribution of the material on the University of Leicester Website, including commercial use or sale, is not permitted without the consent of the University of Leicester. Requests for such use should be sent in the first instance either to the Web Maintainer indicated at the bottom of the relevant page or to the University of Leicester Copyright and Course Pack Administrator.

Where the copyright is not owned by the University of Leicester this will be clearly stated within the page. Such material is included either with the explicit consent of the relevant copyright owner or under the terms of a licence or contract.

No part of the University of Leicester Website may be posted or in anyway mirrored on the World Wide Web or any other part of the Internet without permission from the University of Leicester.

  • For an introduction to copyright and its impact on your work, please refer to the Copyright information provided by the University Library.

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