Perinatal Problem Identification Program v3 Licence Agreement
|Perinatal Problem Identification Program (PPIP) is copyright © 2013 Johan Coetzee.”Perinatal Problem Identification Program (PPIP)” is a trademark of Johan Coetzee.
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This license statement and limited warranty constitutes a legal agreement (“License Agreement”) between you (“Licensee”, either as an individual or a single entity) and Johan Coetzee. (“Licensor”), sole worldwide publisher of the software product Perinatal Problem Identification Program (PPIP) (“Software”) of which Johan Coetzee is the copyright holder.
The Web Site referred to in this agreement is http://www.ppip.co.za
BY INSTALLING, COPYING, OR OTHERWISE USING THE SOFTWARE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE LICENSE AGREEMENT.
Upon your acceptance of the terms and conditions of the License Agreement, Licensor grants you the right to use the Software in the manner provided below.
If you do not accept the terms and conditions of the License Agreement, you must promptly delete each and any copy of the Software from all your computers.
The Licensor reserves the right to license the same Software to other individuals or entities under a different license agreement.
After accepting this license agreement, the Licensee is permitted to use the Software under the terms of this agreement for no more than six (6) weeks, and for evaluation purposes only, without applying for a licence. For this purpose, all program functions will be available and unimpaired.
If the Licensee wishes to use the software for more than six (6) weeks and/or for purposes other than evaluating the Software, the Licensee must apply for a user license from the Licensor. This license bears the name of the licensed entity and is not transferable to any other party. The licence is provided free of charge, although this is subject to change without prior notice. The Licensee may create as many installations of the Software as necessary, provided that each of the installations is accessed by an individual using the Software for the benefit of the licensed institution.
Licensee has right to place an additional copy of the Software on a removable medium for backup purposes.
Technical support is available directly from the Licensor at no additional charge. When encountering problems, the Licensee must first access the Help file to make sure the question or problem is not already answered there. The Licensee must also verify that the Licensee is using the latest version of the Software, by reading the version history on the Web Site. If the Licensee has the latest version and the question is not answered in the Help file, the licensee may write to technical support email address with his question in either the English or Afrikaans language.
Technical support for Licensees which are evaluating the Software and have not been provided with a license will be limited to problems that prevent the Licensee from evaluating the core functionality of the Software.
The Software is provided “as is”. In no event shall the Licensor or any of the Licensor’s affiliates be liable for any consequential, special, incidental, or indirect damages of any kind arising out of the delivery, performance or use of this Software, to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law. While the Software has been developed with great care, it is not possible to warrant that the Software is error free. The Software is not designed or intended to be used in any activity that may cause personal injury, death, or any other severe damage or loss. Neither shall the Licensee be liable for any consequential, special, incidental, or indirect damages of any kind arising out of the use of this Software under the terms of this License Agreement.
When errors are found in the Software, the Licensor will release a new version of the Software that no longer contains those errors a reasonable amount of time after the Licensor is given an accurate description of those errors. The amount of time considered reasonable will depend on the complexity and severity of the errors. The Licensor will mention the release on the Web Site and, at the Licensor’s option, directly contact the Licensee to announce the new release. The Licensee can then, at their option, upgrade to the latest version or to continue to use the older version the Licensee already has. In either case, the Licensor is not required to apply for a new licence.
The Licensor reserves the right to revoke the Licensee’s license without prior notice if the Licensee violates any of the terms of this license agreement.
You must not attempt to reverse compile, modify, translate or disassemble the Software in whole or in part. You must not run the Software under a debugger or similar tool allowing you to inspect the inner workings of the Software.
The Software remains the exclusive property of the Licensor. Any Licensee who fully complies with the terms in this license agreement may use it according to the terms of this license agreement. You must not give copies of your license key to other institutions, but rather encourage them to apply for their own licence. You must not transfer the Software or your license key to another institution. You must also take reasonable steps to prevent any third party from copying the software from one of your computers or removable devices without your permission.
You may distribute the free evaluation version of the Software that is available for public download on the Web Site at the moment that you do distribute it, on the condition that you do this by making identical copies of the downloaded file(s). Public download means any file that can be downloaded by browsing to the Web Site and navigating through the links visible on the page, without the use of any password or identification that you may type in or that may be automatically supplied by your browser if you have typed it in before.
You must not ask payment for the act of distributing the evaluation version of the Software or for the evaluation version itself. You must make it clear to the recipient that you are sending an evaluation version and that the recipient will have to accept a license agreement in order to evaluate it, and apply for a licence to fully use the Software. You must not distribute the evaluation version by making it part of a larger package, unless that package is a collection of free evaluation software and other software that does not require payment.
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