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I, [Owners Name], hereby grant permission for [Name of Business and Name of Business Owner] to lease and use my property located at. [Address of Property].

Letter Writing # 193 - Letter to manager asking permission to attend the conference

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IELTS Letter Writing / GT Writing Task 1:

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

You recently saw an advertisement about a business conference that can be helpful for your work. Write a letter to your manager asking permission to attend the conference.

In your letter, say:

      - What is the conference about?
      - How did you know about the conference?
      - Explain to him/her why it is important that you attend this conference.

You should write at least 150 words.

You do NOT need to write any addresses.

Begin your letter as follows:

Dear ..........

Sample Answer 1:

Dear Mr Billison,

I am Charles Pattison, a junior project coordinator at your organisation, writing to seek your permission to attend a helpful business conference organised by Business Flyer, a prominent human resource development company from the UK.

The conference, as advertised in the Daily Business Insider, will bring together like-minded young business professionals and focus on steps to make a powerful digital footprint. The newspaper mentioned that it would be a three-day long discussion and aim to develop the leadership skills of the participants so that they can bring innovation and success in digital marketing.

Right after I saw the advertisement, I called the coordinator and he advised to reserve a seat if I am interested. It will continue from 21st to 23rd August, from 8.00 am to 3.00 pm.

Our company has recently started taking digital marketing seriously and I believe I can contribute more to it if I gather insights from the conference. The discussion topics are quite up-to-date and I believe those are actionable contents based on a sound curriculum.

I would request you to allow me to participate in the conference and oblige thereby.

Yours sincerely,

Charles Pattison

Model Answer 2:

Dear Mrs Patricia,

I, am Anna Ferguson, a senior officer in your New Jersey office. I am writing in regards to a business conference which would take place in New York from 22nd to 26th September on 'Green Entrepreneurship & Management Skills'. I am hoping that you would permit me to attend this conference and give me a chance to better serve my position with the knowledge learned.

This conference is being hosted by IPOC, a renowned business research organisation and it would be presided over by some industry experts. I learned about it from an advertisement published on 12 August in the Daily Business People newspaper. 

The conference would cover different aspects of green business and entrepreneurship, steps to engage in forward-thinking policies for environmental concerns, policies affecting human rights and implementing changes and evaluating progress. As we are planning to comply with the green business policies, I can contribute to that from the theories and ideas learned from the discussion. 

I would hereby request you to kindly authorize me to attend this convention and oblige thereby.

I hope to receive your permission soon.

Yours sincerely,

Anna Ferguson

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Copyright Permissions Sample Letter

business permission letter

Our copyright permissions sample letter, below, is one example of such a letter. You can review and modify it to meet your needs when obtaining permission to use copyright-protected materials.

This article also sets out how to contact a copyright owner to obtain permission to use their copyright-protected work and what to ask for. If copyright permissions is part of your regular job duties, then our new eTutorial, Obtaining Permission: The Copyright Permissions Request, is for you.

How To Contact a Copyright Owner for Permission

Your library or organization may have a copyright policy or guidelines that sets out a corporate permissions procedure. It may even include a standard permissions letter template. If that’s the case, ensure you comply with your organization’s procedures and requirements.

If your organization doesn’t provide such guidelines, the steps outlined below will assist you in obtaining copyright permissions. You may even create a customized procedure and template that could be the basis of a copyright corporate policy or procedure for your library or organization.

1. Determine if You Need Permission

  • Do you need permission to use an illustration or photograph on your website or in presentation slides?
  • Are you making multiple copies of an article for use in a seminar?
  • Are you posting a video clip on your blog?

These are just some of the many situations in which you may be seeking copyright permission directly from a copyright owner.

Check your country’s copyright law to determine whether your particular use requires permission or if there’s an exception in the law for it.

2. Identify Who the Copyright Holder Is

Your first step is to identify the copyright holder of the copyright-protected work you wish to use. Sometimes it’s immediately obvious, as the work may include a copyright notice with their contact information. There may even be a link to contact the copyright owner.

Other times identifying a copyright owner requires more research. If you locate an image you wish to use through Google Images, there may be copyright and contact information attached to it. Some images that you find through an online search or on platforms such as Pinterest have a link to the source website where you can locate contact details.

If you’re seeking permission to use an article, you may need to contact:

  • The source magazine, book or website publisher
  • A copyright collective such as the Copyright Clearance Center in the U.S. or Access Copyright in Canada.
  • A representative of the copyright owner such as a literary agent, lawyer or heirs

3. Contact the Copyright Owner

How should you contact the copyright owner?

It depends on the information you have about them. There are a variety of ways to obtain permission to use third-party content. You could …

  • Telephone them (then follow-up with a written permission letter)
  • Email or mail a permissions request letter, including the details of your proposed use of the content

However you obtain the copyright permission, it’s best to have a written document as evidence of the permission obtained. A copyright permissions sample letter is below.

What Your Copyright Permissions Letter Should Look Like

There are no standard forms or exact wording to use in your copyright permissions request letter. There are, however, a number of items your request should address. At a minimum, considering including the following items in your copyright permissions request letter:

  • A description of who you are
  • An accurate yet brief identification of the copyright-protected material in question
  • How you’ll use the content
  • Where you’ll use the content (e.g., in a seminar, book, course materials or online)
  • For how long you’ll use the content

Whether you offer payment for that use is your choice. The rights holder, of course, may ask for payment for use of their work whether you offer payment or not.

If you’re sending the permissions request by regular mail, include two copies of the copyright permissions letter and enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for the convenience of the rights holder. If the request is by email, ask them to print the email, sign it and return it to you (scanning the signed copy is generally fine).

Copyright Permissions Sample Letter

Below is a simple copyright permissions sample letter. Use it as your starting point or template, and adjust the wording so it best fits your situation.

Dear Content Owner:

We understand that you are the copyright holder of an article titled “The Mountains of North America,” originally published in Great Parks Journal on pages 16–28 in the Fall 2018 issue.

ABC Corporation would like to include the above-mentioned article in a research report undertaken by our employees, which will be distributed for free in print to the 1,000 members of the Mountain Association in California. The report will also be posted on our corporate intranet. Proper acknowledgement will be included with the reproduction of the article.

If you agree to provide us with permission, please sign both copies of this permission letter and return one copy to us by email (a scanned version is fine) or regular mail.

We appreciate your consideration of our permissions request.


David Denson

David Denson, Permissions Officer

By signing below, I warrant that I have the right to grant the permission requested in this letter, and that I provide you with that permission.



Other Copyright Permissions Sample Letters

The above letter is one sample of a copyright permissions letter. By undertaking an internet search, you’ll discover many different kinds of sample permission request letters. Review these letters and use them as inspiration for writing your own standard copyright permissions letter.

Many universities and libraries provide samples of copyright permissions letters on their websites; for instance:

  • This is a sample of a short, specific copyright permissions letter from Dartmouth College Library.
  • Western University provides sample text for a copyright permission request.
  • Columbia University Libraries provides a number of model letters.

Dealing with copyright issues on a regular basis? The Copyright Leadership Certificate program teaches you how to deal with day-to-day copyright issues, including analyzing situations where permission is required and how to obtain that permission.

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Permission Letter

business permission letter

Carol Smith
123 Main Street
Anytown, CA 12345

September 1, 2018

John Lee
Acme Accounting
123 Business Rd.
Business City, NY 54321

Dear John,

I hope you are well. I would appreciate your assistance with my job search. I am in the process of relocating to New York City and I am searching for a position in online media.

With your permission, I would like to use you as a reference who can speak to my qualifications, skills, and abilities. Of course, I would advise you when I have given out your name and contact information, so you will know when to expect a call. Please let me know if you would be comfortable providing a reference for me.

Advice and suggestions on the best way to conduct my job search would also be appreciated. If you are aware of any job openings that I might be qualified for, I would be grateful if you shared this information with me.

I have attached my most recent resume for your review. Please let me know if you need any other information from me.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.


Carol Smith (hard copy letter)

Carol Smith

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Permission Letter Sample

business permission letter

When your small business wants to use copyrighted music, you must write to ask permission from the copyright holder. Some music publishers and record companies' websites have downloadable forms available to fill out. Write a cover letter to accompany the form with information about your company and the way you intend to use the music. If you don't find a form, a letter alone will be sufficient.

Identifying the Owner

The owner of a copyright may not be the same as the writer or composer. That’s because copyrights can be sold and assigned to publishing companies and record companies. You can quickly find the owner of a copyright by searching on the sites of one of three performing rights organizations in the United States that collect royalties for the copyright holder: Broadcast Music Incorporated, ASCAP and SESAC. Each offers a function that lets you type in a composition title to see if it’s one of theirs. If it is, the site will provide the contact information for the copyright holder.

Describe the Usage

Write a letter identifying yourself and the song you want to use. Explain how it will be used. For example, let the copyright holder know if you want to use the song in a national ad campaign or during a live event at your place of business. You may also wish to use the music as a theme song for your website or a soundtrack for a video you're producing. Estimate the number of people who will hear the song and how many repeat uses you anticipate.


Make the final paragraph of your letter a request for an agreement. Ask the copyright holder to either send you a formal agreement or write a letter to you giving you permission to use the musical composition. Emphasize that you will not use the music in any way that you haven't specified in your letter.


If you’re hoping to use the music for free, say so in your letter. You’ll be most likely to get permission to use it at no cost if your usage is going to be very limited. If your business will profit from using the music, expect to negotiate a fee. Describe the size of your business so that the copyright holder can determine an appropriate fee. Include a complete description of what your business does with a link to your website so the copyright holder can decide if he wants his music associated with your company.


Close your letter with polite thanks for their consideration, and express your enthusiasm for the music. Suggest the best way for the recipient to contact you and add a closing pleasantry, such as that you look forward to the response.

About the Author

Kevin Johnston writes for Ameriprise Financial, the Rutgers University MBA Program and Evan Carmichael. He has written about business, marketing, finance, sales and investing for publications such as "The New York Daily News," "Business Age" and "Nation's Business." He is an instructional designer with credits for companies such as ADP, Standard and Poor's and Bank of America.

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