Conditions of Use
The content on this website is made available by The Anglican Diocese of Melbourne. The information linked from the URL http://www.melbourne.anglican.org.au, and housed on the same machines that house this URL (“this website”) are subject to the following terms and conditions. Each time you access or browse this website you are deemed to accept the terms and conditions of this website. All information on this Site relating to any products or services is intended only for the information of people within Australia.
In using this site you acknowledge The Anglican Diocese of Melbourne’s copyright in all content. You must not reproduce that content without express permission or instruction. Further, and notwithstanding anything else in these terms and conditions, you must not reproduce any content from this website for a commercial purpose or for a profit making purpose.
Use of this website is at your own risk. To the extent permissible by law, The Anglican Diocese of Melbourne excludes all warranties in relation to the information available from this website and disclaims all liability arising out of or consequent on any of the following:
- access by you to the information available from this website;
- infection by any computer virus which occurs as a result of accessing this website or any of the content contained on this website; and
- use of any information or content available from this website.
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A Prayer Book for Australia (APBA) 1995
The copyright in A Prayer Book for Australia is administered by Broughton Publishing, the publishing arm of the Anglican Church of Australia. Broughton Publishing aims to maintain the integrity of the text while promoting the use of the APBA widely. The APBA is available for purchase in printed form as well as electronically through epray: www.epray.com.au
Parishes of the Anglican Communion and churches of other denominations making copies of all or part of the APBA regularly must purchase an annual copyright licence at $125.00 ex GST payable to Broughton Publishing. This licence does not permit the user to make any part of the APBA available online.
Educational institutions copying regularly from APBA for liturgical or worship purposes must purchase an annual copyright licence at $200 ex GST payable to Broughton Publishing. Educational institutions copying for educational purposes may rely on their licence administered by Copyright Agency Limited to copy up to 10% of APBA. Copying beyond the 10% limit requires the annual copyright licence at $200 ex GST from Broughton Publishing.
The copyright licences for churches and educational institutions are renewable each calendar year and payable in advance. On receipt of payment, a licence which sets out the appropriate copyright acknowledgement notice is issued.
One off reproductions made by either educational or church institutions for liturgical or church purposes, may be made free of charge provided they are dated, attentive to the integrity of the text, and provided that copies are not made available for sale or made available online. Copies must be marked From A Prayer Book for Australia [page numbers] Copyright © Broughton Publishing 1995.
All Other Uses
All requests for copyright permissions, including permission for any copies intended for sale, should be directed to Broughton Publishing: www.broughtonpublishing.com.au
No licences permit the user to make any part of the APBA available online. Should the Church/Diocese wish to disseminate this information amongst its parishes or ministry groups it may do so.
An Australian Prayer Book (AAPB)
Members of the Anglican Communion and churches of other denominations are welcome to make print or electronic copies of An Australian Prayer Book, in whole or in part for liturgical or church purposes, free of charge provided they are attentive to the integrity of the text, that copies are not made available for sale and that the source of the extract is appropriately acknowledged e.g. title and page number.
Educational institutions may make print or electronic copies for educational purposes provided that the educational institution has given a remuneration notice to Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) under the Copyright Act.
All other requests for copyright permission should be directed to Broughton Publishing: www.broughtonpublishing.com.au
Should the Church/Diocese wish to disseminate this information amongst its parishes or ministry groups it may do so. For further information about prayer book copyright and annual licences please contact: email@example.com