Single User Software License Agreement

16.1 Export and government restrictions. The end user must not export or re-export the software if it violates applicable laws or regulations, including, but not exclusively, the United States of America and the European Union. In addition, the end user assures and guarantees that the software, if it is identified as an export-controlled object in accordance with U.S. or European Union export law, is not a citizen or other national of an embargo nation and that current export legislation does not prohibit it from receiving the software otherwise. If the acquisition of the software by the end user is governed by the laws of the United States of America, the end user assures and guarantees that he will comply with all specific restrictions and provisions that may apply to all contracts or agreements (including, but not limited, to the reproduction of “restricted rights” with the U.S. government or its representatives or representatives. All rights to use the software are granted provided that these rights expire if the end user does not comply with the terms of this C.A. 1.4 “documentation”: all user manuals, Awingu manuals and other software-related documents and made available to end-users from time to time; 13. Export Regulations. The software may be subject to U.S. export control legislation, including the U.S. Export Administration Act and related rules.

The licensee may not export, re-export or downgrade the software to a jurisdiction or country where export, re-export or release is prohibited by law, regulation or law. The licensee must comply with all applicable federal laws, regulations and regulations and comply with all necessary obligations (including obtaining the required export license or other administrative authorization) before exporting, re-exporting, releasing or making available the sottable outside the United States. An end-user license agreement (EULA, /-ju-l/) is a legal contract between a software developer or provider and the user of the software, often acquired by the user through an intermediary such as a distributor. A Board defines in detail the rights and restrictions applicable to the use of the software. [1] Forms often prohibit users from reverse engineering. It can also make it more difficult to develop third-party software that collaborates with the software conceded, thereby increasing the value of the publisher`s solutions by reducing customer choice. In the United States, the provisions of the CLUE may prejudge engineering inversion rights, which are implied by fair dealing, c.f. Bowers v. Baystate Technologies.

5.8 Without prejudice to the termination rights covered by Section 12.3, Awingu has the right to suspend, at any time during the term of the licence, any license authorized if Awingu reasonably suspects the misuse of the license by the end user, including, but not limited to, any use of the software by the end user exceeding the rights granted to that end user under these CLAs (for example. B, dual or more use of the same licenses for different environments, internal use licenses used in a commercial production environment, etc.). With the suspension of the license, the software will no longer work immediately. Many EULAs maintain significant liability restrictions. More often than not, a CAU will attempt to keep the software licensee unscathed in case the software causes damage to the computer or user data, but some software also suggests limiting whether the licensee can be held responsible for the damage caused by inappropriate use of the software (for example. B misuse of tax preparation software and punishable). One of the cases where such restrictions are maintained for consecutive damages is M.A.