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What you may reproduce without further IPART permission

IPART supports and encourages the dissemination and exchange of publicly-funded information and endorses the use of Creative Commons licensing.

Subject to the exceptions listed below, the material available on this website is owned by IPART and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia Licence.

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An easy-to-read licence summary is available at the Creative Commons website:  https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/
 
IPART requires that it be attributed as creator of the licensed material in the following manner:

© Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (<Year of Publication>). For current information go to https://www.ipart.nsw.gov.au/Home

You may also use any material in accordance with rights you may have under the Copyright Act 1968, for example under the fair dealing provisions or statutory licences.

The use of any material from this website in a way not permitted by this copyright notice or otherwise allowed under the Copyright Act 1968 may be an infringement of copyright. Infringing copyright may expose you to legal action by, and liability to, the copyright owner. Where you wish to use the material in a way that is not permitted, you must contact us at the details below to lodge a request for further authorisation.

Exceptions

The Creative Commons licence does not apply to:

  • IPART logos, trademarks or other branding or those of the NSW Government – including the State coat of arms and State emblems or symbols – unless incidentally reproduced in using an unaltered document under a Creative Commons licence;
  • intellectual property (including copyright) owned by third parties unless expressly stated to be published under the Creative Commons licence (NOTE: No guarantee is made that third party material will be expressly identified – see below);
  • images, photographs, cinematographic film and music;
  • personal information (e.g. photographs of people that may be approved for use in IPART publishing only);
  • any computer or software programs, source code, tools and models;
  • material provided pursuant to an alternative licence or excluded from the Creative Commons licensing scheme.

As use of Government trademarks, emblems, symbols, logos and brands often implies endorsement, except as stated above these cannot be used without the express permission of the organisation. To request permission, please contact us (see below)

Third party intellectual property

This website contains third party material which may or may not be identified. Wherever a third party holds copyright in material presented on this website, the copyright remains with that party. Their permission may be required to use the material and you should contact that party directly.

You must check and comply with the licensing information for each item of material that you wish to use. This may require you to contact IPART to confirm whether the material is licensed pursuant to a Creative Commons licence or the third party copyright owner for permission to use the material. You should assume that copyright in all submissions is owned by third parties – contact these parties directly for permission to use.

Enquiries relating to use of material on this site

Enquiries relating to use of material on this site should be directed to:

IPART Right to Information Officer

ipart@ipart.nsw.gov.au

02 9290 8400

PO Box K35, Haymarket Post Shop, NSW 1240.

Links to this site

If you plan to create a link to this website, these conditions apply:

  • Links must be to the homepage or other high level page;
  • Logos, emblems and trademarks of IPART and/or the NSW Government must not be used for web linking purposes;
  • The website should be opened in a new window and not within a frame of your own branding;
  • You must not use the link to provide, or in any way imply, endorsement of your organisation, services or products by IPART and/or the NSW Government;
  • You must not pass off content from this website as your own. This includes copying or re-using parts of the website (see our Copyright notice above).
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