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Dear Sir

JET REPORT

Website ULR http://www.jeremy.bc.ca/jetrep..htm


You currently hold on your Website the text of the above report.   The 
purpose of this message is to set out the Nottinghamshire County 
Council's position with regard to its copyright rights in the report.

Copyright in the report is vested in the Nottinghamshire County Council 
and has been since 1990 when the report was produced and as such the 
Nottinghamshire County Council has rights as copyright owner under the 
Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.

Any copying of the report is an infringement of the Nottinghamshire 
County Council's copyright.

For the avoidance of doubt the copying of the report on this Internet 
Website is an infringement of copyright.

The provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 includes 
storing of the work in any medium by electronic means.   Neither you nor 
the owners of the Website have sought permission from the Nottinghamshire 
County Council as copyright holder to store the Report by electronic 
means.

I therefore give you notice that unless the report is removed from the 
Website forthwith and for the avoidance of doubt within 24 hours of 
receipt by you of this E mail the Nottinghamshire County Council will 
issue such Court Proceedings including injunction proceedings or take any 
action as may be appropriate.

On the basis that some of those named in the Report may still be the 
subject of Wardship orders you are potentially in Contempt of Orders of 
the Court of the Supreme Judicature.

Yours faithfully,


C P. McKay
County Solicitor
06/06/97
Nottinghamshire County Council
County Hall
West Bridgford
Nottingham
NG2 7QP