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Please read the following license agreement carefully.
TradeSim is Copyright© 2000-2009 by Compuvision Australia
This license statement and limited warranty constitutes a legal agreement ("License Agreement") between you ("Licensee", either as an individual or a single entity) and Compuvision Australia Pty Ltd ("Vendor"), for the software product TradeSim® ("Software") of which Compuvision Australia Pty Ltd is the copyright holder.
BY INSTALLING, COPYING, OR OTHERWISE USING THE SOFTWARE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE LICENSE AGREEMENT.
Upon your acceptance of the terms and conditions of the License Agreement, Compuvision Australia Pty Ltd grants you the right to use the Software in the manner provided below.
If you do not accept the terms and conditions of the License Agreement, you are to promptly delete each and any copy of the Software from your computer(s).
This license agreement only applies to the software product "TradeSim" and not to any other product even if that product is similar to TradeSim and has a similar name.
The Vendor reserves the right to license the same Software to other individuals or entities under a different license agreement.
After accepting this license agreement, the Licensee is permitted
to use the Software under the terms of this agreement.
The Software is provided "as is". In no event shall Compuvision Australia Pty Ltd be liable for any consequential, special, incidental or indirect damages of any kind arising out of the delivery, performance or use of this Software, to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law. While the Software has been developed with great care, it is not possible to warrant that the Software is error free. The Software is not designed nor intended to be used in any activity that may cause personal injury, death or any other severe damage or loss.
When errors are found in the Software, the Vendor will release a new version of the Software that may no longer contains those errors a reasonable amount of time after the Vendor is given an accurate description of those errors. Which amount of time is reasonable will depend on the complexity and severity of the errors. The Vendor will mention the release at <http://www.compuvision.com.au>, at the Vendor's option, directly contact the Licensee to announce the new release. The Licensee can then, at their option, upgrade to the latest version or to continue to use the older version the Licensee already has. In the latter case, the Licensee will no longer be entitled to technical support until the Licensee has upgraded to the latest version.
The Vendor reserves the right to charge an upgrade fee in the case of major new enhancements or additions to the Software. This major new version will then start a new version line, which will use version numbers clearly distinguishable from the old version line. The Licensee has no obligation to upgrade to the new version line.
You must not attempt to reverse compile, modify, translate or disassemble the Software in whole or in part. You must not run the Software under a debugger or similar tool allowing you to inspect the inner workings of the Software.
The Software remains the exclusive property of the Vendor. Any Licensee which fully complies with the terms in this license agreement may use it according to the terms of this license agreement. You must not give copies of the Software or your license key to other persons or entities. If you have received a download password or an URL with an embedded password for downloading the Software, you must keep this password secret. You must also take reasonable steps to prevent any third party from copying the software from one of your machines without your permission.
The Vendor reserves the right to revoke your license if you violate any or all of the terms of this license agreement, without prior notice.