Software Ownership Transfer Agreement
This software developed by the University Hospital of Freiburg (UHF) is experimental and has no product status. In addition, you should keep in mind that this software does not have FDA or other national or international standards of medical/health legislation. Therefore, its use may be limited by existing laws or regulations. It is your sole responsibility to follow these statutes, rules and regulations and to use this software only for legitimate purposes. The Center for Information Technology at the National Institutes of Health, an authority of the U.S. government, has some proprietary software and hardware, namely SCORHE (System for Continuous Observation of Rodents in Home-cage Environment), (hereafter referred to as “software”). The National Institutes of Health`s Center for Information Technology is committed to transferring this software to you. Title, property rights and intellectual property rights to and from the software remain at Livetecs. The client agrees to be bound by international copyright law and all other applicable laws in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, including, but not only, export control laws.
This agreement constitutes the complete agreement on this license between the parties and replaces all previous agreements and representations between them. It can only be changed by a letter sent by both parties. If, for any reason, a provision of that agreement is found to be unenforceable, that provision will be reformed only to the extent necessary to make it enforceable. THE provider has some proprietary software and associated hardware described below (hereafter referred to as “software”) (Describe all transferred items; Software, documentation, data and other related material: Global Id ID (GUID) Customer Software Using TimeLive by the customer, the customer agrees to comply with all the conditions set out in this license. This is a legal agreement between the client (“customer”) and Livetecs LLC (“Livetecs”). If the customer does not accept these conditions, the customer cannot install or use the software. If the customer has already installed the software, the customer must uninstall TimeLive and destroy all timeLive copies held by the customer, including changes that the customer may have made to the source package.