Copyright ©, 2017 Bev Alldridge, All Rights Reserved
What is "Copyright?"
"Copyright" means "the right to copy." It is illegal for anyone to violate any of the rights provided by the copyright law to the owner of copyright.
What copyright protects
Copyright provides protection to artists for all their artistic works such as paintings, drawings, maps, photographs, sculptures and plans
Copyright applies in Canada and other treaty countries such as the USA.
In plain terms:
Unless you have been granted specific and detailed permission in writing you are in violation of copyright law and subject to prosecution if, among other things, you:
reproduce the work in copies
prepare derivative works based upon the work
distribute copies of the work to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending
display the work publicly
Bev Alldridge legally owns and reserves all rights to her intellectual property, which is registered with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
It is a violation of Canadian and international Copyright law to reproduce, or copy, Bev Alldridge’s images, writings, or trademarks.
If you own a print or an original work of art, you own just that. You do not also own the license, nor do you possess the right, to reproduce, or copy, Bev Alldridge’s intellectual property in any way.
If you reproduce Bev Alldridge’s intellectual property, without Bev Alldridge’s written consent, you are guilty of copyright infringement and this is a violation of Canadian and international copyright law.
Please note, violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law