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The AMA Handbook of Business Letters, 4th Edition by Edward Coleman, Jeffrey L. Seglin

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CHAPTER 15

Permissions letters

The letters in this chapter were written to seek permission of one sort or another. In most cases the letters seek permission to reprint or use copyrighted material. When you use part of an article or book it is crucial that you receive the permission of the owner of the copyright on the material, not only to protect yourself, but also to appropriately acknowledge the person whose work is being used.

Many of the letters in this chapter can be sent as emails or as attachments to emails. For those letters in this chapter that can be adapted to emails, it’s simple enough to copy the text of the sample letter into the text of your email. In that case, remember to change “the enclosed” to “the attached” as appropriate. ...

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