A software license is not the same as an end-user agreement that you will see on websites or applications where the user must accept the terms before using the software. It is also not the same as the development software, which involves a process of adapting to the specific needs of the end user. Some software contains an open source code or technology widely available for a variety of applications. However, such use of open source code or technology actually comes with its own open source license or public license. The licensee should be aware that when part of its software contains open source components, open source or public licensing information often requires that components be easily identifiable and documented. Licensing agreements are the conditions under which one party can use the property of another party. While the real estate concerned may include a large number of properties, including real estate and personal property, licensing agreements are most used for intellectual property, such as patents and trademarks, as well as copyrights for written material and visual arts. Storware software (hereafter referred to as “software”), a work and computer program within the meaning of the Copyright and Neighbouring Rights Act of February 4, 1994, is protected by copyright, international copyright conventions and other international laws and conventions protecting intellectual property rights. All rights to the software are due exclusively to the licensee and are not subject to third-party rights. The software is intended to create backup, archiving, reproduction and data sharing copies. This agreement also includes a standard payment period that offers the licensee certain remedies if the taker is late. These remedial measures include the ability to charge interest or obtain a refund for the licensee`s costs, such as the user fees of a collection agency.
B, technical deactivation of the software or the complete suspension or termination of this software license agreement. 7.3. Return conditions. As part of our customer satisfaction obligation, you may unjustifily and unjustifily terminate your initial order for the applicable software under this contract, providing termination and returning the applicable software to Atlassian no later than 30 (30) days after the order date of this software. In the event that you terminate your initial order in accordance with this Section 7.3, Atlassian may disable the license key that authorized the software to operate and, at your request (which can be made via your account), Atlassian will refund you the amount paid under such an order. This right of termination and refund applies only to your original order and only if you exercise your right to terminate within the aforementioned time frame and does not apply to additional services. You understand that Atlassian may in future modify this practice in accordance with Section 21 (Changes to this Agreement).