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EULA - End User License Agreement
The installation and use of i-Covers implies that you have accepted without reserve, the terms and conditions of this present licence.
1 - RESTRICTIONS:
This program is protected by copyright law and by international conventions - © Synops.biz – 2005/2009. You may not alter, decompile, break down, adapt, create other derivatory programs, integrate into another program, translate or modify in any way whatever, the whole or part of the software. The modification or deletion of the program’s name, the copyright or the name of the author are forbidden regardless of the medium employed.
2 - OWNERSHIP:
In accordance with the author's rights, Synops.biz disposes of all the publication rights and copyright on the software and on all the associated documents (programs, data, references, pictures, photos, diagrams, information, licences). Therefore you will take all the required measures for the protection of the so-called rights and in particular you will respect and cause to be respected all the notes and warnings relating to these rights which are written into the components of the software.
3 - GUARANTEE AND LIABILITY:
Synops.biz guarantees in no way that i-Covers fulfils any functions whatever they might be nor the user's specifications whether they have been written or not prior to acquisition. Notwithstanding the above, Synops.biz will, in no case whatsoever, be held responsible for any damage direct or indirect caused to you or a third-party, in particular as a general example and by no means by way of limiting losses of profit, expenses, losses of data, losses of software, damage to or losses of hardware suffered by yourself or a third-party including the costs of recovery, reproduction or rectification of such losses or damages.
4 - GENERAL CLAUSES:
The present licence imposes no obligation of assistance on the part of Synops.biz concerning the use of the Software.
The present licence is subjected to French law.