b) In the event that the software is not as provided for in section (a) The sole obligation of the licensee, the donor`s choice is to: correct the non-compliant software within a reasonable time to comply with the warranty, or 2) when the documentation is defective, to modify the documentation to accurately reflect the intended functionality of the software without significantly affecting its main function, or 3) to authorize the licensee to terminate the non-compliant license and to reimburse the licensee a proportional amount of the fee. In the case of a paid licence, the proportional refund of the royalties is calculated over a period of 30 months from the effective date of the licence`s validity. “Paid-up License,” an indeterminate licensed software. “licence term,” the period indicated in the PLA for which the software is authorized, beginning and ending with the data shown in the license key. (e) test evaluation license. Test evaluation licenses are issued for testing or evaluation purposes, and the authorized use of the software is used for software evaluation in a test environment and is not intended for production. The software under test evaluation licenses is made available “AS IS” without any guarantees, including tacit guarantees of accessibility or suitability for a specific purpose. These terms and conditions apply to licensing and assistance to software products by “licensees.” The customer “taker” by signing a purchase/licensing contract (“PLA”) for the provision of software products and customer support, or by the use of the software, complies with these conditions and all the specific conditions contained in the corresponding PLA. (b) Except in the provisions of Section 8 and Section 9 of the TECS guarantee, if the licensee or licensee is significantly delayed in fulfilling its obligations under this contract and does not correct payment delays within a reasonable period of time after receiving a written notification, the non-failing party may terminate that agreement or the software license that is delayed immediately after written notification. 6. Conditions for licensing types.
These conditions apply to types of licenses such as those indicated in the PLA: (d) the transfer or sublicensing of the software to third parties; (i) the provision of TECS does not include training in software use, software adaptation, engineering analysis or consulting services. These additional services are subject to separate fees and are provided in accordance with the terms of the licensee`s professional service agreement found in mdx2.plm.automation.siemens.com/terms-conditions or in accordance with an agreement negotiated separately between the parties. “chain sales agent,” a third-party representative who, as part of an agreement with the licensee or his or her associated company, can provide software products and/or provide support services. d) Academic license. When a software license is identified as an academic license, the licensee indicates that it is a university or other non-profit organization. The licensee`s authorized use of the university software license is for teaching, study and/or research purposes that are part of the teaching processes provided by the licensee. Academic licenses are not intended for commercial treatment or for profit. For this reason, the licensee agrees that the results from the use of the software can be shared or published publicly. The licensee undertakes to cite the use of the software in all associated scientific publications and to provide the licensee with copies of these published documents. Materials referring to the commercial name, trademarks or logos of the licensee or its related companies are subject to the licensee`s guidelines governing this use. d) Paid licenses must be acquired with TECS for the first twelve (12) months after the licence has been valid.