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In order to stop a person from continuing an act of copyright infringement, someone may send a cease and desist letter. This letter will detail the acts of copyright infringement and ask the party to stop these actions by a certain date. A letter asking someone to cease and desist can be considered a last warning for someone to stop their infringing actions.
In order to help demonstrate proof of the copyright infringement occurring, you can attach documents or records to the letter that is being sent. Be sure that you send only copies, as you will want to keep originals. You will also want to ensure you keep a copy of the letter being sent.
Since a cease or desist request can lead to legal actions, it can be beneficial to get legal counsel relating to the matter. Have a lawyer look over your letter and sign it as well to protect yourself in the case of a legal dispute.
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