«Software» means the current version of the RepairQTM Software. 6. Term of Contract – If the Software is distributed under the «Evaluation/Demonstration» label or version, the license is valid for ten days and does not include any support and/or maintenance, warranty or compensation for any reason. Note that the demo/trial version of the software may deactivate after the license key expires. The demo/evaluation version of the software may not be used after its expiration or the withdrawal of its license. If you wish to use the software after the end of the evaluation period, you must purchase a valid copy of the version that INNGUMA or its distributors would market at that time. Without prejudice to other rights, this certificate shall lose its validity and validity if the customer does not fulfil any of the conditions contained therein. In this case, the licensee must destroy or return to INNGUMA any copy of the software or its technical documentation that it possesses. 5. COLLECTION OF AGGREGATED DATA.

5. Limitation of Liability .- INNGUMA assumes no responsibility for loss of revenue, profits or information or damage that may arise or related to the use of the software or the impossibility of using it, even in cases where INNGUMA has been warned of the possibility that such damages may occur. INNGUMA is exempt from any obligation of this contract if it no longer markets the software that is the subject of this contract. (a) for any reason, the Authorized User may not rent, rent, rent, loan, sell, sublicense, assign, distribute, distribute, transmit or make available the Software to third parties, whether on a network and on a hosted or unhosted basis, including in connection with the Internet, web hosting, wide area network (WAN), Virtual Private Network (VPN), virtualization, time sharing, service desk, software, cloud or other technologies or services. For this purpose, the «transfer» of the Software is deemed to take place when (i) all the assets of the Authorized User, (ii) more than 50% of the control of the Voting Rights of the Authorized User or (iii) any other transaction, by merger or by any other means resulting in the transfer of all the assets or, in substance, all the assets or a change in the control of the voting rights of the Authorized User. .


The contract of purchase/contract of vehicle is a contract of sale and purchase of the car or other vehicle. The term «vehicle purchase contract» is therefore general and can refer to different types of sales contracts, provided that types concern the sale of the car. It is much more convenient and economical to sell a used car to a private buyer rather than exchanging the car at a car dealership. The seller will thus receive a better price. In this case, the owner is responsible for the establishment of his own sales contract. This contract is called «Bill of Sale». It is a relatively simple document that requires very basic information about buying a vehicle. Here are some useful steps to follow: For dealership purchases, the agreement you sign is more complex, especially when the buyer is financing a new vehicle. A lot of documents are requested from the dealer, sometimes you would feel overwhelmed and maybe discouraged, especially when buying a car for the first time. But at second glance, the documents are really simple and easy to understand. The forms to be completed are standard, usually identical for all states, as it is necessary for merchants to use the same general contract form.

From there, the only difference now is the information you indicate on the form. Always be aware of what it contains. The contract usually consists of three parts: explore the added options and make sure that all the requested elements are present. If you find a few items that you did not request at the time of purchase, underline that item and remove its amount from the total. Or ask the seller to reprint the contract with the appropriate modifications. If you think the mistake was made intentionally, take your business to another reseller. Now it`s time to provide the details needed to define the item or property sold in the condition it is in at the point of sale. Article II continues with three box options. You need to enable the box next to the purchased item and then enter the requested details. Therefore, if the purchased property is a «motor vehicle», you must mark the control box next to this label, and then provide some general information by specifying «make», «model», «body type», «year», «color» and «odometer» in «miles». This option assumes that a land vehicle is sold to the buyer. It should be noted that, since this is a futures sale, this sale is probably excluded from any lemon legislation in your country.

This number must be indicated to correctly define the boat for sale. This paperwork may be intended to document the sale of something other than a «vehicle» or a «boat». In this case, mark the «Other» box and provide an appropriate description of the property for sale….