How to Request Permission to Use Charles Press Copyrighted Content

 

All products published by The Charles Press are held under copyright. We protect copyright on behalf of our authors and ourselves and ask that you respect copyright law when using our content. The use of our content without our permission is copyright infringement. If there is Charles Press content you would like to photocopy, scan, reprint in another publication, or use in other ways, please follow the instructions below.
Please submit your permission request as early as possible because some requests require research on our part. It can take up to 3 to 5 weeks for us to send you a written response to your request.
Requests must be made in writing. Please email to orders@charlespresspub.com or fax your request to 215-600-1248).
There are usually fees associated with using our copyrighted content. Fees vary and are determined by several factors. After you send us all of the information we need (see below), we will let you know the amount of the fee.
Until you sign and return our permissions agreement and have received a formal agreement signed by The Charles Press, your permission request is not official.
Every use of copyrighted content requires a separate permission; i.e., each granted permission is limited to one-time use only.
When permission is granted, we will supply a credit line that must be included in the destination publication.
You may submit permission requests by mail, email, or fax.
PERMISSION TO SCAN OR PHOTOCOPY
Information you will need to supply:
Title, author/editor, ISBN, and edition of content you wish to use.
Brief description and location of the content you wish to use (book edition, page numbers, chapter titles and author, figures, graphs, etc.).
Proposed use of the material, e.g., educational or training, who it will be distributed to, whether material will be part of a custom course pack or distributed alone.
For colleges, universities and schools, provide full name and address of the applying institution, professor's name, course name and number, and the semester or term in which the requested content will be used.
Will it will be distributed free of charge or for a profit?
Total number of copies you wish to make, even if approximate.
Name, title, address, phone, fax and email of person requesting permission.
The full billing name, address, phone, fax and email of the party who will be paying any associated fees.
PERMISSION TO REPRINT IN ANOTHER PUBLICATION
Information you will need to supply:
Title, author or editor, ISBN and edition of content you wish to use.
Description and location of the exact content you wish to use (page numbers, chapter titles and author, figures, graphs, charts, etc.).
Description of the destination publication: name of book, author/editor, publisher, anticipated date of publication, size of initial print run, ad format of destination publication format (print, web, digital), page count, and countries in which it will be sold.
Will it be distributed free of charge or for profit and if the latter, the price of the publication.
Name, title, address, phone, fax and email of person requesting permission.
The full billing name, address, phone, fax and email of the party who will pay any associated fees.