Sublicense Agreement Software

13.1. The parties acknowledge that due to their legal nature, this agreement is a sub-license agreement and that they are subject to the sub-license rules of Article 1238 of the RF Civil Code, as well as the rules of the license agreement provided for in Articles 1235-1237, 1286 of the RF Civil Code. website: a range of software and other information contained in the information system accessible on the internet at; 4.1.3. distribute or transfer copies of the Software (including Software Components and Archival Copies) to third parties or grant third parties the right to use the Software (sublicense). This requirement also applies when the computers on which the software is installed are sold, loaned or otherwise transferred to third parties. Neither the Linux Foundation nor Mr. Torvalds acknowledges that the Linux Foundation will not grant any other subcontractor any other sublicense for the use of the trademark in a manner equivalent or similar to the subcontractor`s trademark, nor is the Linux Foundation or Mr. Torvalds required to make reasonable or other efforts to determine whether a sublicense identical or similar to the sublicense has been granted. In addition, neither the Linux Foundation nor Mr.

Torvalds is required to settle, settle, or participate in any sublicense trademark dispute, or to intervene in sublicense trademark disputes, including, but not limited to, disputes involving potentially conflicting uses. The sublicensed agrees to do so, the Linux Foundation and M. Discone all claims and costs arising from such sublicense disputes related to this sublicense or sublicense mark, whether between the subcontractor and another subcontractor or between the subcontractor and other persons who claim rights to the trademark or sublicense worldwide. 5.1.3. The sub-licensor has the right to use the software, including the right to sublicense (to provide) a right to use the software to third parties on the basis of a license agreement concluded with the copyright owner; a non-exclusive license or license, the right to use the software in accordance with the terms provided to the subcontractor by the subcontractor, in accordance with the conditions set out in section 3 of this agreement, with the sub-licensor retaining the right to issue sublicenses to third parties (simple (non-exclusive) licenses); IN THE MEANTIME, the subcontractor wishes to acquire from the Linux Foundation the right to use the trademark in connection with the authorized goods/services indicated in the application of the subcontractor`s sub-license, insofar as the use of the trademark by the subcontractor is not considered a “fair use”. “authorized goods/services” means Goods/Services based on Linux. Linux-based assets are computer systems and software that use, integrate, or are derived from a version of the Linux kernel, as published by Mr. Torvalds (or his agent or successor) in Linux-based services are services that provide, document Linux-based goods, facilitate or improve usage.

“Sublicensee Mark” is the trademark to which sublicensee has applied for permission to be used commercially, as set forth in the Application Approval Statement sent by the Linux Foundation to Lake Sublicensee (“Application Approval Statement”). 12.3. In the absence of an agreement or in the event of a breach of the provision of clause 12.2 of this Agreement, the dispute may be submitted by either party to the arbitral tribunal of the St. Petersburg and Leningrad region (contractual jurisdiction) as defined by the applicable laws of the Russian Federation. Individual Developer Productivity Software (hereinafter referred to as “Individual Software”) means the computer programs that are indicated on the Website and provided by the Sub-Licensor in the Territory separately and as an entity whose exclusive right belongs to the Copyright Owner and which may contain or integrate the Third Party Software (as defined below), including all functional components of this software, whether incorporated by their own mental owner. the rights are protected or not, including images, texts, databases, logos, data and all other components indicated in the software documentation or made available as part of the software. . . .

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