41652Re: Question to Authors
- Nov 2, 2003--- In email@example.com,
> John Serrati wrote:you may quote up to 10 percent of another person's work without
> "To the best of my knowledge, Canadian & American law states that
having to seek permission from them or their publisher."
I suspect Lloyd is right, and it reminds me of a similar widespread
misconception about part time businesses... folks often think that
since they are not making much money at something, or spending much
time doing something, say writing a hockey column in the media or
selling hockey cards or memorabilia, that it is ok not to declare it
on your income tax return. Innocence of the law is no excuse! Craig
if you are pursuing this you should use a lawyer.
Dave in Whitby
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