It is not uncommon for Providers to share their policies.

Exercise care that you are not dealing with copyrighted material.
An infringement may put your professional standing at risk, threaten a criminal record, and may even risk your registration.

  • You cannot copy and distribute without permission
  • You cannot sell it to others
  • You cannot claim it is your own work, only your edits belong to you
  • Deliberate infringement of copyright may be a criminal offence.

Best Practice

  • Always ask where they got these from, and if it is subject to copyright.
  • Get your policies from a legitimate source
  • Remember that copyrighted material always belongs to the author, even when you paid for it.

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