Definition of Licensed Documentation


Licensed Documentation means all documentation, for the Licensed Casino Games, and all basic descriptive, training and instruction material pertinent to the Licensed Casino Games such as flow charts, instruction manuals, logic diagrams, calculations, updates, revisions and enhancements to the documentation made by or for Action Gaming during the term of this Agreement.

Examples of Licensed Documentation in a sentence

Recipient shall obtain any consents or approvals necessary in connection with Service Provider's use of the Licensed Software, the Licensed Documentation and any other such hardware, software and documentation.
GRANT OF RIGHTS 3 Licensor hereby grants, and Licensee hereby accepts, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, an exclusive, license to use, modify, market and sell the Licensed Programs and Licensed Documentation during the License term (unless sooner terminated in accordance herewith), and to copy the Licensed Programs and/or documentation solely for the purposes expressly authorized under this paragraph and Section 4 of this Agreement.
Recipient represents and warrants that it has obtained or will obtain all consents or approvals necessary in connection with Service Provider's use of the Recipient Software, the Licensed Documentation and any other such hardware, software and documentation.
Recipient shall grant a non-exclusive, non-transferable, royalty-free right for Service Provider, solely in connection with providing the Services, to have access to and (a) operate the Licensed Software set forth in Schedule D and (b) use the Licensed Documentation, and (2) use any other hardware, software and documentation owned by, leased by or licensed to Recipient that is necessary to allow Service Provider to perform the Services.
Recipient shall grant a non-exclusive, non-transferable, royalty-free right for Service Provider, solely in connection with providing the Services, to have access to and (a) operate the Licensed Software set forth in Schedule D and (b) use the Licensed Documentation and (2) use any 8 6 other hardware, software and documentation owned by Recipient that is necessary to allow Service Provider to perform the Services.