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Response to TakeDown Notice on the law review excerpt by Shaytonna V. Bullock, Fee Simple Subject to Executory Interest: an Analysis of the Preemption and Revocation of Black Property Rights, 12 Southern Journal of Policy and Justice 205 (Fall 2018)
 
 
Response to TakeDown Notice
 
 
Thank you for your email.
I received the complaint and addressed.
 
My position is the content I published is under fair use of the exception to the copyright laws.  In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107,  the excerpt is provided for comment, background information, research and/or educational purposes only, under the "fair use" provisions of the federal copyright laws. I have been maintaining this site for over 20 years. The site is primarily excerpts of law review articles. I have over a 1000 articles.
 
I published a small excerpt of the article Fee Simple Subject to Executory Interest: An Analysis of the Preemption and Revocation of Black Property Rights. The excerpt is about 800 words of 9800+ word articles.
 My website is non-commercial. Having a link for individuals to donate monies to support the website does not convert the site and my work into a commercial site. I have no ads and do not generate any monies from any commercial source. I don't sell anything on the website.
It is not true the excerpt was published before the article was published.
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 As I said In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107,  the excerpt is an exception to the "fair use" provisions of the federal copyright laws.   . 
 
One additional comment:  Here is a copy of the fair use notice that I place on my website:
 

Fair Use Notice


In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107, some material on this website is provided for comment, background information, research and/or educational purposes only, without permission from the copyright owner(s), under the "fair use" provisions of the federal copyright laws. These materials may not be distributed for other purposes without permission of the copyright owner(s). In general, the copyright owner is the author of the article.

 

Vernellia R. Randall
Founder and Editor
Professor Emerita of Law
The University of Dayton School of Law

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