Rules for using articles (Legal dissertation)
All content of the articles posted on the Law Office's website are the property of their creators and are protected by copyright.
If the material is not covered by an open access license (e.g. Creative Commons) and the intended use is not permitted by statutory provisions or exceeds the permitted use (e.g. statutory right to quote), then you must obtain permission directly from the copyright owner.
If you do not know whether the planned form infringes the personal rights of the creator - contact the author of the article or the Law Office ('Contact').
All photos, graphics, illustrations, videos and other elements of articles may not be used for commercial or non-commercial purposes, unless otherwise stated in their description.
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