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humanIT Software GmbH

  1. humanIT Software GmbH (humanIT) provides software (Contract Software) to end users (Licensees) on the basis of this License Agreement. The Licensee’s terms and conditions shall not apply to humanIT, even if they contain clauses that are not governed by this License Agreement and humanIT does not expressly object to these terms and conditions.
  2. Modifications and amendments to this License Agreement shall be invalid, unless they are made in writing. This also relates to this written form requirement and waivers relating thereto. No oral side agreements have been reached.
  3. If a provision herein is or becomes partly or completely invalid or if the License Agreement has a regulatory deficit, the validity of the remaining provisions shall remain unaffected. The parties shall replace such invalid provision or regulatory deficit by a valid provision that most closely approximates the desired economic result of the provision which was invalid or had a regulatory deficit.
  4. The place of jurisdiction shall be the registered office of humanIT, unless this conflicts with indispensable statutory provisions.
  1. humanIT grants the Licensee the non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use the Contract Software for their own purposes.
  2. The Contract Software is licensed on the basis of various license models, which are described in the following. The agreed license model per product can be found in the individual contract. In some cases, technical devices are used to ensure compliance with the license terms (activation codes, dongles etc.).
    Server licenses:
    Each copy of the contract software provided may only be installed and used on a single server. The same applies to the corresponding media and printed materials.
    b. Concurrent Infoscape License:
    In this case, the customer is only entitled to use the contract software with simultaneous access to a specific machine or server by the number of Infoscapes specified in the individual contract. The Licensee may make backup copies of the Contract Software.
  3. The Contract Software may only be stored on such hardware that is fully owned by the Licensee. He may not reproduce the Contract Software in any other way.
  4. Interference of any kind with the contract software, including decompilation, disassembly, reverse engineering and separation of its components, is not permitted.
  5. The Licensee is not entitled to rent or lease the contract software to third parties. He may, however, permanently transfer all his rights under this Agreement to third parties, provided he does not retain any copies and the recipient agrees to the terms of these Terms and Conditions.
  1. If the Licensee has concluded a maintenance contract for the Contract Software, he is entitled to request and use new versions of the Contract Software for the duration of the maintenance contract. If the Licensee decides to use the current version of the Contract Software, old versions of the Contract Software may no longer be used and must be removed.
  1. The Licensee acknowledges that the Contract Software is fully capable of being protected by copyright and is fully protected by copyright, and that all copyrights therein are owned by humanIT or its licensors.
  2. The Licensee shall adopt the trademarks and names of the programs and any copyright notices stipulated by humanIT as they stand. The Licensee is not entitled to remove copyright notices affixed to data media and other documents. Furthermore, the Licensee shall refrain from registering such trademarks, other names and equipment on his own name, or to otherwise infringe such trademarks, other names and equipment.
  1. humanIT warrants that the Contract Software is free of material and manufacturing defects, which significantly diminish its value or reduce its functionality. Within the scope of their capability and within a reasonable period, humanIT shall remedy any malfunctions which do not arise from material or manufacturing defects and which significantly diminish the value or reduce the functionality of the Contract Software.
  2. Any correction of defects performed according to the above no. 1 will be made by repair or replacement.
  3. humanIT assumes no responsibility for errors in the Contract Software arising from modifications or amendments to the Contract Software carried out by the Licensee.
  1. The liability for damages arising from the lack of warranted characteristics is limited to the scope of the warranty. Warranted characteristics are only those characteristics that have been expressly qualified as such.
  2. Neither humanIT nor its suppliers shall be liable to compensate for any damage (includes, without limitation, loss of profit, business interruption, loss of business information or data or other financial loss) arising from the use of the Contract Software or the incapability of using the Contract Software. In any event, humanIT’s liability shall be limited to the amount actually paid by the Licensee for the Software. This exclusion does not apply to damage caused by intent or gross negligence on the part of humanIT. Likewise, claims based on indispensable statutory provisions on product liability shall remain unaffected.

Parts of this Software are subject to license terms of third parties.
These extended license terms are listed below.

Apache License Version 2.0, January 2004


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humanIT Software GmbH
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53119 Bonn
Phone: +49 (228) 90 95 4 – 0
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