Re-use of public sector information
All of the information featured on our website is the copyright of the Office of the Revenue Commissioners unless otherwise indicated.
Revenue complies with the Regulations on the re-use of public sector Information. We encourage the re-use of the information that we produce. You may re-use the information on this website free of charge in any format.
Re-use includes copying, modifying, publishing, translating, adapting, distributing or otherwise using the information in any medium, mode or format for any lawful purpose.
Re-use is subject to the terms of a Public Service Information Licence (PSI) which conforms to the Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC-BY 4.0 International) standard. Under the PSI licence, the users of Revenue information must acknowledge the source of the Information by including the following attribution statement:
- 'Information provided courtesy of the Revenue Commissioners under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence'
and, where possible, provide a link to the licence.
If using Information from several Information providers and multiple attributions are not practical for the product or application, users must use the following attribution statement:
- 'Contains Irish Public Sector Information licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence'.
Revenue is not liable for any loss or liability associated with the re-use of information and does not certify that the information is up-to-date or error free. Revenue does not authorise any user to have exclusive rights to re-use of its information.
Revenue currently makes information routinely available to the public in relation to its functions, activities and schemes. Such information will continue to be made available without the need to use the Freedom of Information (FOI Act). Under the Act, this routinely available information is contained in Section 8 (Model Publication Scheme).
For further information on the re-use of information maintained by the Office of the Revenue Commissioners, please contact:
Contacts: Catherine Kelly, Eamonn O'Brien