Copyright Stipulation for
Sew Teri-fic Designs
Designs purchased or downloaded from this site, Embroidery Billboard, AA Designz Mall,
Embroidery Designs Plus, or the Stitchery Mall are Copyright 1998-2013 by Sew Terific Designs and Teri Sullivan. These designs, the data used to generate them, and any resulting images of them are copyrighted, both as a visual art and the text that makes up the computer data. I retain ownership of them. You, as the purchaser or downloader, have the right to use the designs for embroidery on fabric or other material for personal use and limited resale on embroidered items. The designs and the data may not be duplicated, rebundled, altered (except for customizing with lettering), given away, loaned, resold, or shared in any form. You may not give design files away as a gift. If you wish to send Sew Terific Designs designs as a gift, you must arrange for a gift certificate. Designs are licensed to the purchaser only. No other permission is written or implied. If you desire to use these designs for mass production you must contact me to make arrangements. Mass production would involve more than two people putting the same designs on the same type garments and selling them wholesale to a retailer. Every effort is made to insure design quality. Sew Terific Designs will not be held liable for any damages or losses incurred as a result of using these designs. Your purchase of designs or download of sample designs signifies your agreement to these terms. Any and all legal action will be taken in the event of a copyright violation. Legal remedies will be sought in the state of South Carolina. In the event a copyright infringement occurs, a legal letter of demand will be served demanding that the infringer cease and desist as well as pay monetary damages and all legal fees. If this action is ignored by an infringer, a lawsuit will be filed in Federal Court. If the
infringer fails to appear in South Carolina for trial, a default judgment will be sought for damages and all legal fees and court costs. Collection of that judgment by any legal means will then be pursued.
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