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Copyright request

The Queensland Government supports and encourages the dissemination and exchange of information.

However, copyright protects material on this website including all documents, graphics, web pages, audio and video.

Except for the purposes permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 such as private study or research, reproduction by any means is prohibited without prior written permission of the State of Queensland (Department of Justice and Attorney-General).

You may link to, download, store in cache, display, print and copy for personal use, the material in unaltered from only. You may not transmit, distribute or commercialise the material without prior written permission.

For enquiries and requests to link to, or reproduce material from this website, complete and submit the copyright request form or apply via email to copyright@justice.qld.gov.au addressing the questions contained in the form below.

A request can take up to 10 business days to process. An officer will contact you if it is anticipated that your request will take more time.

Privacy disclaimer

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is collecting information on this form or via email for the purpose of processing your request to either link to or reproduce material from the Department's website. Your personal information may be referred to other business units within the Department for consulting purposes.

Copyright Request Form

Your details

Material requested

Will it be communicated in whole or in part?
Will you be altering the materials in any way?
Is it for a course?
Will the document be used as part of the course materials?
Is it for a publication?

Delivery method

If a hard copy or PDF version is supplied, costs may be incurred based on resonable commercial terms for provision. (required)
Is a link to the department's website sufficient access for your purposes? (required)

Last reviewed
18 January 2011
Last updated
24 June 2013

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