Adobe Xd License Agreement

16.5.5 Compensation. The client undertakes to compensate Adobe and all applicable certification bodies (except expressly stipulated in its terms and conditions) for any debt, loss, action, damage or claim (including all reasonable fees, fees and legal fees) arising from or related to the client`s use or trust in a service of that authority, including, but not limited, :a) confidence in an expired or revoked certificate; (b) incorrect verification of a certificate, (c) the use of a certificate other than permitted by applicable terms and conditions, this agreement or applicable law; (d) not to make an appropriate judgment in the circumstances, in which they refer to the issuer`s services or certificates; or (e) non-compliance with the obligations required in the conditions relating to services. 3. Click on the contract number. LWS displays detailed information for the CLP agreement. 2.3 Use only the location of the school. Any K-12 site license granted to your institution allows your institution to use the software for the K-12 site license on a single school site. “A place of school” means only a school at an address. For installation or use on other sites, additional K-12 location licenses must be acquired separately. K-12`s location license is limited to installing all software, regardless of platform) within the acquired license, to a number no higher than the maximum number of computers allowed in the above section and authorized in the section above and depending on the type of license your institution has acquired. 2.1.4 Restrictions on secondary use by volume licensees.

If the software was purchased by a licensee other than a licensee for teaching volumes under an Adobe volume licensing program or an agreement (for example. B of Adobe Volume Licensing), the second copy of the software covered in Section 2.1.3 must be used exclusively for the profit and activity of this licensee in volume. UVic is currently registered in an Adobe Campus license agreement. This agreement allows the institution to access Adobe`s software and services and offers the campus the following benefits: 1.9 “Software” means (a) all information by which the contract is provided, including, but not limited to: (i) all software files and other computer information; (ii) any proprietary script logic embedded in file formats exported or used in an online adobe service; (iii) examples of photos, images, sounds, clipart and other artworks shared with Adobe software or provided by Adobe on Adobe`s website for the use of Adobe software, not provided by Adobe via a separate service (unless otherwise stated in this service) or by another party (“Content Files”); (iv) corresponding descriptive written documents and documents (“documentation”); and (v) fonts; and (b) all versions and copies, updates and updates modified, updated and supplemented by this information that is made available to the customer by Adobe at any time, unless this is provided under separate conditions (together ” updates “). No no. Product suites such as Studio and Creative Suite are sold and offered at one-off prices. You get a significant discount for the purchase of a suite of products instead of separate licenses for each of the component products. The EBA expressly stipulates that all products contained in a suite must be installed and used on the same computer. 2.6 Documentary copies. The Client may make copies of the documentation for his own internal use in connection with the use of the Software in accordance with this Agreement, but no more than the reasonably necessary amount.

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