Concordance distribution permissions and end-user license agreement

Unregistered Version

You are granted a licence to use the unregistered version of Concordance (the software) free of charge for personal evaluation and trial purposes only. You may evaluate the software for a period of up to 30 days from the date of installation. After that period, you must register the software or remove it from your computer.

The free trial is granted purely for you to evaluate the software.
-- The unregistered version may not be used for teaching or demonstration purposes or as part of an educational course in any way, either as teacher or as student.
-- You may not distribute, publish, or exhibit files, Web Concordances, or other materials made with the unregistered version. You may not make them accessible on a website or in any other way.
-- You may not install or use multiple copies of the unregistered version, and you may not permit others (for example, a class of students) to do so.

To remind you to register, the unregistered version will add an `Unregistered` notice to concordances when you export or print them. You may not remove these notices.

Registered Version

When you register you will be granted a user licence and given a registration code. You may enter this code in exactly one copy of the program, installed on a single computer. The registered software may not be copied nor distributed in any way, nor may the registration code be divulged to any other person.

All materials you create with the registered version of Concordance are your property entirely and you may do whatever you like with them, just as you could with documents you create using a word processor.

More than one person is allowed to use the software, as long as no two people use it at the same time. If in doubt, think of it as a book: it can be read by many people, but by only one person at a time. If more than one person is to use the software at the same time, you need to buy a copy for each person. If you want to install the program on more than one computer, you must buy additional copies. This applies even if you want to use one copy at work and another at home.

When you buy a licence, you buy a right to use the software. The licence is non-transferable: it may not be sold, nor given away, nor assigned to others by any means. The software is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws and by international treaties. Title, ownership rights, and intellectual property rights in the Software shall remain with R.J.C. Watt. The software is the product of R.J.C. Watt solely and is not the product of nor endorsed by any organisation or institution.

All valid licences are supplied direct from me to you as end-user. There are no authorised re-sellers or agents for Concordance. Any third party offering to sell licences to you is acting without authorisation and such licences will be invalid. If your company policy obliges you to use a local re-seller, you should begin by getting in touch with me.

The licence will terminate automatically if you fail to comply with the conditions described here.

Disclaimer of Warranty

This software is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, either express or implied. There is no warranty as to merchantable quality or fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the program is with you. Should the software prove defective, you assume the cost of all necessary servicing, repair, or correction. In no event shall I, the author, be liable for any damages of any kind whether direct, indirect, or otherwise, arising out of the delivery, performance or use of this software.

This software has been written with great care but it is not warranted to be error free. You may not attempt to reverse compile, modify, translate or disassemble the software in whole or in part.

As the software is the product of one person, not a company, it is supported on a best-effort basis, i.e. as time permits, and purchasing the software does not confer a right to support.

The unregistered version of the program in its original archive may be distributed subject to the following limitations:
1. You may not include the distribution archive on a CD-ROM without explicit permission in advance. Such permission is usually granted, but is subject to negotiation.
2. Distribution must be limited to the original distribution archive file. You may not alter, delete or add any files in the distribution archive. You may not change the name of the archive: it must remain as it appears on the distribution website.
3. You may not charge money for distributing the archive, beyond reasonable cost of shipping and packaging.

Please check the program`s web distribution site to make sure you have the latest version.

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