“The seller grants the buyer a non-exclusive, irrevocable, free, fully paid license for the use of the software within the area.” The license can be dissected to determine the type of license. There are no unspoken licences or other unspoken rights granted under this licence agreement, and all rights, with the exception of the rights expressly granted to them, remain with us and our licensors. In addition, no license or immunity will be granted for the combination of software and/or modifications, if any, with other software or hardware that we do not provide to you under this license agreement. It is a licensing agreement and not a sales contract. We reserve ownership of all intellectual property rights that are inherent in or concern to the Software, including all copyrights, patent rights, any rights relating to registered and unregistered trademarks (including service marks), confidential information (including trade secrets and know-how) and any rights other than those expressly granted by this license agreement. The traditional license is used to clearly define the rights that are conferred for the payment of a software license. A typical license may contain a number of adjectives to explain the type of license. Alternatively, it can benefit from a very simple licensing and a list of restrictions. Opinions differ as to how a licence should be designed, but it may be because there are so many different licensing models. Software licensees may tend to work exclusively with their own licensing model (i.e.

the licensing structure for their own products). Software buyers tend to experience a wide variation in software models from many different vendors. The manner in which the licence is granted seems less important than understanding the grant, regardless of its design. Although opinions differ as to the correct wording of this subsidy, this is a typical traditional licence: subject to payment of the necessary tax and subject to the terms of this license agreement, we grant you a revocable licence (i) non-transferable and non-exclusive (i) for some users (as defined below) within your organization to install and use the Software on all workstations used exclusively by such a particular user and (ii) to install and use the software in conjunction with unlimited domains and sub-domains on unlimited servers, only in connection with the distribution of the software according to sections 3 and 4 below. This licence is not under-granted unless it is explained in a very precise way. “Designated user” means your employee (s) acting in the course of his or her employment, or your advisor or contractor who acts in the services they provide for you or on your behalf, for which you have obtained a license to use the Software. Without our prior written consent, you cannot relay the software or modifications, except by integrating the software or part of it into your own product, which must have significantly different functions than the software or modifications and must not allow third parties to use the software or modifications or parts of that software for software development or application development purposes.