Terms and conditions

Conditions for Site Usage

The materials on this site are not for commercial use or exploitation, or any other non-private use, without the prior written permission of JTrails. Because this material is free to access on the web, does not mean that it is free to use, or that usual copy-right laws and intellectual rights do not apply. Legal sanction may follow misappropriation of copy-right material.

The material on this site has been developed at considerable cost in time and money.

All material on this web-site is copyrighted, to Marcus R. Roberts / JTrails (formerly NAJHT) and its partners, or, to other named individuals or parties. Each item on the site may have specific conditions on its use which is binding on all users, JTrails should be contacted if there are any queries or doubts about conditions of use. The material on this site is generally freely available for your non-commercial, personal or personal educational use and it is our objective to provide as much free-use material as possible and not to restrict the free use of material for academic or legitimate research, but it is expected that all materials cited in academic works are fully referenced using academic conventions. It is a requirement of modern academic referencing convention, that the use of web-material is referenced, giving the author, web-site, web-page and date the material was accessed. Materials may be used in extract for private use or legitimate academic research, with the proviso that the copyright source is clearly acknowledged.

However, users of the material must not create a derivative work or adaptation of the material on the site, in any form except for private use. This material cannot be used to prepare exhibition materials or displays, in any format including electronic formats, or in film, without prior written permission, even if the organisation concerned is a charity or museum. Users must not distort or use the materials in such a manner as to misrepresent JTrails or damage the integrity of its presentation or the originating materials. Educational organizations may use the material within their organization and they may use sufficient copies of material for the use of one class or form, up to 30 copies.

Additional copies of materials must not be made available for individuals outside of the school or educational organisation. The multi-copying of materials by schools or educational organizations are in any case covered by ERA regulations and individual school licenses and should be consulted for further guidance. If any JTrails material is intended for public display prior permission of the JTrails will need to be sought in the first instance. If any item is to be used in a publication, any commercial use, or, bulk use, the permission or sanction of the JTrails, or the named copyright holder must be obtained in the first instance. Normally a formal permission will need to be obtained and a fee may be payable

Some items on this site are available on a 'read only' basis and usually hard copy can be ordered and obtained from the copyright holder with a specified payment.

JTrails asks all users of the site to respect the copy-right of the material on this site, much of which represents considerable unpaid work by the author(s) or originator(s) and any payments that may be due on some materials rarely cover the real costs involved in its creation.

Charges made by JTrails for its own materials, are usually on a cost-recovery basis, with an additional percentage which goes directly to funding JTrails as regards non-profit organisations, commercial rates will apply for commercial organisations.

All users of the site must satisfy themselves as to the suitability of the material for its purpose, and, while all the materials on this site are given in good faith, JTrails cannot accept liability for accident or injury that might arise from using this material and users must exercise due caution and vigilance with regard to their personal safety when they undertake visits to heritage sites and to take appropriate local advice.

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