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END-USER LICENCE AGREEMENT FOR CROCODILE TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE

Please read this Licence Agreement before you install, use or copy the Software. If you do
install, use or copy the Software, you agree to be bound by the terms of this Licence
Agreement. If you dont agree to the terms of this Licence Agreement, please return the
unused Software with accompanying items to the place from where you obtained them for a
full refund.
In this Agreement, well use these definitions:

"The Software" is Crocodile Technology;


"The Licensee", "You" or "Your" refers to the person or Institution using or
intending to use the Software, on whose behalf you are accepting this Agreement;
"Us", "We" or "Our" refers to Crocodile Clips Ltd, of 43 Queensferry Street Lane,
Edinburgh EH2 4PF, Scotland;
An "Institution" is an educational establishment of any type, which must be wholly
at a single postal address. For each different postal address, a new Licence is
required, whether or not the sites are part of the same organisation;
A "Computer" is a workstation, terminal or other device on which the output of the
Software can be displayed.

1. YOUR LICENCE TO USE THE SOFTWARE


Crocodile Clips grants you a licence to use the Software. The type of licence you have
been granted defines how you are allowed to use the Software:
1.1 Concurrent Licence
Concurrent Licences let you use the Software on a fixed number of computers at one time.
If you have purchased a Concurrent Licence to use the Software,

You may use the software at the postal address of the Licensee on no more than the
number of Licensed Computers at one time.

An employee of the Licensee can use the Software on one Computer at home.

The Licensee and the number of Licensed Computers are displayed in the About box
accessible from the Help menu of the software.
1.2 School Site Licence
School Site Licences let you use the Software on an unlimited number of computers at a
single Institution. If you have purchased a School Site Licence to use the Software,
provided that the number of students on the Licensees roll is not higher than the upper
limit of the Enrolment Band,

The Licensee can use the software on an unrestricted number of Computers at their
postal address.

An employee of the Licensee can use the Software on one Computer at home.

The "Enrolment Band" is the school size for which you have purchased School Site
Licences. It is defined by the number of pupils on your school roll. The Enrolment
Band will be written either on your School Site Licence certificate, or in the
About box accessible from the Help menu of the Software.

If the number of students on the Licensees roll increases so that it is higher


than the upper limit of the Enrolment Band, the School Site Licence is no longer
valid. In this case, please contact us for more details of how to extend your
School Site Licence to cover your Institution's new enrolment.
1.3 Evaluation Licence
If this licence is provided to you for evaluation, the software may only be used for this
purpose, and not for teaching or studying. Evaluation licences cannot be extended for use
outside of the Institution to which they were granted.
1.4 Upgrades
When you upgrade from an earlier version of the Software, the Licence Agreement for that
earlier version is replaced by this one.

2. RESTRICTIONS ON YOUR USE OF THE SOFTWARE


Crocodile Clips grants you a licence to use the Software. The type of licence you have
been granted defines how you are allowed to use the Software:
2.1 You may:

make a copy of the Software solely for backup purposes.


permanently transfer the Software and your rights under this Agreement as part of
the sale or transfer of your Computer, provided that you don't keep any copies of
the Software, and the recipient agrees to this Agreement. Such a transfer will
include any prior versions of the Software. This does not apply to bulk licensing
schemes or evaluation licences.

2.2 You may not, except to the extent which is permitted by law:

make any copies of the software, except as described in point 2.

rent, lease, loan, sublicense or distribute the Software, or otherwise exploit it


for commercial gain;

modify the Software;

create works based on, or featuring, the Software or its output;

reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or modify the Software, or any part of


it;

use the software on Computers outside of the Licensee's postal address.

3. COPYRIGHT
The Software, and all of the files and intellectual property associated with it, is
entirely owned by us and our licensors. It is protected by international copyright law and
applicable national laws.

4. LIMITED WARRANTY
4.1 We warrant that, for a period of ninety days from the date when you purchased the
Software, (a) the Software will perform substantially in accordance with the Online Help;
and (b) any physical material(s) on which we deliver the Software to you will be free from
defects in material and workmanship under normal use.
4.2 Limitation of Remedies: Our entire liability, and your only remedy, shall be, at our
sole discretion, either the return of the price you paid or the replacement of the
material(s) on which we delivered the Software to you.
4.3 This Limited Warranty is void if the failure of the Software has resulted from
accident, abuse or misapplication.

5. NO OTHER WARRANTIES
To the maximum extent permitted by law, we disclaim all other warranties, either express
or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose with regard to the Software and accompanying written materials.

6. LIMITED LIABILITY
To the maximum extent permitted by law, we shall not be liable for any other damages
whatsoever arising out of the use or inability to use the Software, even if we have been
notified about the possibility of such damages.

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TERMINATION.
you do not comply with any of these terms and conditions, we may terminate this Licence
use the software. In such an event, you must destroy all copies of the Software and all
its component parts.

This Agreement is governed by Scots law. If any term is found to be invalid or


unenforceable by any competent authority, it shall not affect the remainder of the
Agreement, which shall continue in force.