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Reproduction of these home plans, either in whole or in part, including any form of copying and/or preparation of derivative works thereof, for any reason without prior written permission, is strictly prohibited. The purchase of a set of home plans in no way transfers any copyright or other ownership interest in it to the buyer except for a limited license to use that set of home plans for the construction of one dwelling. The purchase of additional sets of that home plan at a reduced price from the original set or as part of a multiple set package does not convey to the buyer a license to construct more than one dwelling. Similarly, the purchase of reproducible sets carries the same copyright protection. To use any plans more than once, and to avoid any copyright/license infringement, it is necessary to contact Fillmore and Chambers to receive a release and license for any extended usage. Whereas a purchaser of PDFs, CAD and Reproducibles is granted a license to make copies for one-time use, it should be noted that as copyrighted material, making photocopies from blueprints is illegal.
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