This agreement is entered into by and between the City of Seattle(“City”), a Municipal Corporation of Washington State and Nexic, Inc. (“Vendor”), a company organized and existing under Utah state laws and empowered to do business in Washington State. 7.4. Inserv provides the services of – for a period of 180 days from the effective date of this Agreement to facilitate the transition of Inserv`s data processing services to the user. These benefits are provided on a part-time basis only for reimbursement (travel, accommodation and meals) up to a maximum of 160 hours of man. These services are continued at a rate of – per hour after the 160-hour limit has been reached up to 100 hours of overtime. All services offered by the company are based on the maintenance of Inserv`s employment and availability with an appropriate announcement. 7.1. In return for the sale and transfer of the object programs, Inserv and Users agree to cancel and terminate their previous “Agreement in principle between Inserv and the user for point-of-sale support,” originally executed on the date . .
. An agreement to sell software, licenses and development defines the consideration of each of the parties. Usually included in the agreement are: 11.4. Each party states that it has full authority and authority to fulfill the obligations in this agreement and that it has not entered into any other agreements that would make it satisfactory, while the seller has developed and is the exclusive owner of an exclusive progiciau entitled “EvidenceOnQ” bearing the later name of SYSTEM. The system consists of all the questions, conditions, conditions, features and descriptions contained in the proposal made by the city seller on November 25, 2013 and which is in Appendix A to this agreement; and this contract, effective – a company – which has its head office at 11.5. The parties agree that this agreement is the complete and exclusive status of the contract and replaces all oral or written proposals and agreements regarding the purpose of this agreement. When it comes to end-user software licensing agreements, you must agree to the terms before using it. Most agreements contain a mention of the following: like a software license subscription, a software sales and licensing contract has its own list of guidelines. In the agreement, you may find that if you do not accept the terms of the agreement, you cannot do anything with the software.
In addition, you must delete all copies of the software if you already own the software and you do not accept the terms.