LICENCE AGREEMENT (Commercial companies)
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In the following, “the Software” refers to the “Internet Grammar of English”, whole or part. The Licensee is the purchaser of the Software, and agrees to abide by this licence agreement. By placing the CD in the CD-ROM drive of their computer, the Licensee is agreeing to the terms of this licence. “The User” refers to every individual granted access to the Software by the terms of the particular licence purchased. “Members” of the organisation include staff employed by the organisation, or students who are registered with the organisation. As required by any educational organisation, student records must be available for audit.
General terms and conditions
The Software must be used for non-profit educational purposes only. The licence cannot be transferred, lent, or re-sold.
The Software may be fully installed onto the User’s computer, by copying the relevant files from the CD supplied onto the computer’s hard disk, providing that this does not infringe copyright and the terms of the licence. The User is not entitled to make copies of the Software on other computers other than as specified in the type of licence purchased from the SEU, nor to allow unlicenced users to have access to the Software on the User’s computer. The Software is supplied “as-is” with no express guarantee as to its suitability.
Your attention is drawn to the fact that the product is under copyright. Fair use provisions apply to any citation from, or commercial branding affixed to, the Software. Any extensions to the Software made by the Licensee must be agreed with the Survey of English Usage and are jointly owned by both parties.
The Licensee agrees to cooperate in any future enquiries made by the Survey of English Usage concerning the use of the Software.
There are two types of licence, as outlined below.
The Licensee in the following definition is a commercial organisation. The Licensee is allowed to make one copy of the Software on one computer within the organisation. The licence entitles all members of the organisation to make use of the Software on that computer. Note that this licence does not entitle the Licensee to make the Software available over a network to other users within the institution. The general terms and conditions apply.
Multiple-copy network licence
The Licensee in the following definition is a commercial organisation. The Licensee is allowed to make any number of copies of the Software on computers within the organisation. The licence entitles all members of the organisation to make use of the Software on these computers. The Licensee can also install the Software on a network, providing that it cannot be accessed from outside the institution.
The licence entitles the Licensee to include the Software in a password-protected internet site to permit Members of the licenced organisation to have access to it over the internet. However the Licensee must not include the Software in a public-access internet site.
The general terms and conditions apply.
ORDER FORM for the Internet Grammar of English (commercial companies)
Upon receipt of order form and payment, the software will be sent out to you. Any queries regarding your order should be addressed to Christine Bowles (email@example.com).
This page last modified 12 June, 2013 by Survey Web Administrator.