Licensing Restrictions definition

Licensing Restrictions means, collectively, the Platform and the Documentation; means any restrictions pertaining to use of the Licensed Materials, including the maximum usage of the Licensed Materials (e.g., number of users, daily volume of data processed, number of accounts etc.) that is permitted under the type of licence included in the applicable Order Form; "Purchased Platform" does not have the relevant licence or licence key; or (b) has not paid any applicable charges, for such materials or for any other reason; means the Platform that can be licensed to Customer under a separate agreement to be agreed between Gospel and the Customer; "Maintenance Release" means a release of the Platform which corrects faults, adds functionality or otherwise amends or upgrades the Platform, but which does not constitute a New Version;
Licensing Restrictions means those licensing requirements which are in place at the Premises from time to time, including, without limitation, the licensing objectives.
Licensing Restrictions means that Partner may not distribute or sublicense the Partner Application Package, Partner Content, Partner Interoperability Extension, and/or Partner Tools and Utilities to a third party, or dedicate such Partner Application Package, Partner Content, Partner Interoperability Extension, and/or Partner Tools and Utilities to the public domain unless Partner obtains the prior written approval of the Xxxxxx. The parties shall not collaborate to jointly create any developments or intellectual property under this Agreement. To the extent that the Parties desire to jointly create integrations or intellectual property, the parties shall execute a separate agreement. Partner or its suppliers own the Product and the Product Content Information. Except for the limited licenses expressly granted herein, title to each of the Product Content Information and Product (including in each case revisions, modifications, and enhancements thereto), and patents, copyrights and other intellectual property rights applicable thereto, shall at all times remain solely and exclusively with Partner or its suppliers, and Xxxxxx shall not take any action inconsistent with such title and ownership. Partner intends that Xxxxxx use such Product Content Information and Partner Product only in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

Examples of Licensing Restrictions in a sentence

  • Subject to the Order Form and the Customer’s compliance with this Agreement (including the Customer’s timely payment of any applicable charges), for the Documentation Gospel grants to the Customer a personal, worldwide, non-exclusive, non- transferable, non-sublicensable licence, during the applicable Term only to use the Documentation in connection with the Trial Platform and in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, all applicable laws and any Licensing Restrictions.

Related to Licensing Restrictions

  • Dealing Restrictions means restrictions imposed by statute, order, regulation or Government directive, or by the Model Code or any code adopted by the Company based on the Model Code and for this purpose the Model Code means the Model Code on dealings in securities set out in Listing Rule 9, annex 1 (of the London Stock Exchange), as varied from time to time;

  • Deed Restrictions means the deed restrictions to be recorded with respect to the Land, which deed restrictions shall be subject to the Director's approval and shall be commensurate with the nature and purpose of the Land as stated in the Recipient's application for grant funds under Revised Code Sections 164.20 through 164.27. The Deed Restrictions shall be perpetual and shall not be amended, released, extinguished or otherwise modified without the prior written approval of the Director, in the Director's sole discretion, who shall have full enforcement authority, as set forth more specifically in Section IX of this Agreement.

  • Restriction of Use means any restriction of use of all or any part of the Network for the purposes of, or in connection with, inspection, maintenance, renewal or repair of the Network or any other works carried out in relation to the Network or any other railway asset or any other works in relation to it;

  • Restrictions means the restrictions on sale or other transfer set forth in Section 4.2 and the exposure to forfeiture set forth in Section 3.1.

  • Put Restriction means the days between the beginning of the Pricing Period and Closing Date. During this time, the Company shall not be entitled to deliver another Put Notice.

  • Transfer Restriction means, with respect to any item of Collateral delivered hereunder, any condition to or restriction on (x) the ability of the owner thereof or (y) in the event that Dealer exercises its remedies hereunder, Dealer, in each case, to sell, assign, create security over or otherwise transfer such item of Collateral or to enforce the provisions thereof or of any document related thereto whether set forth in such item of Collateral itself or in any document related thereto, including, without limitation, (i) any requirement that any sale, assignment, creation of security or other transfer or enforcement of such item of Collateral be consented to or approved by any Person, including, without limitation, the issuer thereof or any other obligor thereon, (ii) any limitations on the type or status, financial or otherwise, of any purchaser, chargee, security taker, pledgee, assignee or transferee of such item of Collateral, (iii) any requirement of the delivery of any certificate, consent, agreement, opinion of counsel, notice or any other document of any Person to the issuer of, any other obligor on or any registrar or transfer agent for, such item of Collateral, prior to the sale, pledge, assignment or other transfer or enforcement of such item of Collateral and (iv) any registration or qualification requirement or prospectus delivery requirement for such item of Collateral pursuant to any applicable law (including, without limitation, any such requirement arising under Section 5 of the Securities Act).

  • Non-transferability means the occurrence of any event that makes it impossible for the Issuer to deliver Renminbi between accounts inside Hong Kong or from an account inside Hong Kong to an account outside Hong Kong, other than where such impossibility is due solely to the failure of the Issuer to comply with any law, rule or regulation enacted by any Governmental Authority (unless such law, rule or regulation is enacted after the Issue Date and it is impossible for the Issuer, due to an event beyond its control, to comply with such law, rule or regulation).

  • Restricted Stock Agreement means the agreement between the Company and the recipient of a Restricted Share that contains the terms, conditions and restrictions pertaining to such Restricted Share.