Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions of Julia Drake, as artist, and owner of juliadrake.com:
All Original, Printed and Electronic images of Julia Drake artwork remain the Copyright of the artist Julia Drake and as such,
may in no way be copied, reproduced or electronically transmitted, unless by prior and written authorization by the artist Julia Drake.
New Zealand Copyright Law
(Reference: The Copyright Council of New Zealand, www.copyright.org.nz/basics.php)
What does copyright protect?
In New Zealand, copyright protects original artistic works and comes into existence automatically under the Copyright Act 1994,
when a work is put into material form.
How long does copyright last?
Copyright in literary, dramatic and artistic works continues for 50 years after the end of the calendar year in which the artist died.
If the work is made available to the public before the end of that 50 year period, copyright continues for 50 years from the end
of the calendar year in which it was first made available.