Copyright

Copyright

The copyright owner of this website is TAHA.  TAHA owns the copyright to the information available on this website including images, text, hyperlinks, screens, and web pages.  The work on this website may be reproduced provided that:
the material is not used to promote or endorse any product or service, it is not used in an inappropriate or misleading context. If there is any inconsistency between this copyright notice and the copyright notice found on any of the information available on our website then the notice attached to the information will take precedence over this notice.

The information available on this website may be copied for personal use without further permission provided that it is not altered and you clearly acknowledge the source and copyright status to TAHA.

If you would like to use the information available on this website in any other way you must obtain written permission. You must also obtain written permission if you wish to create a link to or from our website, or any part of our website.

Any reproduction of the work must respect the rights of the author as set out in Part IV of the Copyright Act 1994.  For Copyright queries, including requests for permission, please contact TAHA Communications.

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Photographic or graphic work on the TAHA website may not be reproduced out of the website or included document without the expressed written permission of TAHA.

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Links to third party sites

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