Partnership Agreement Software Company

Local implementation agreements are entered into by you and us, as well as by each of your qualified subsidiaries and by a hp-related company that operates or purchases products in the territory where each of your subsidiaries operates. After the signing of a local implementation agreement, the terms of this agreement shall apply between the parties that have entered into an LIA in accordance with this Section 2(b). A local implementing agreement may include additional specific conditions to reflect local laws or business practices that prevail over other inconsistent terms of this Agreement, as well as any relevant additions, annexes and annexes relevant to the formation of the partnership in the area concerned. Each of the parties that sign a local implementation agreement will only work in the area indicated in the corresponding local implementation agreement and will be solely responsible for claims arising from its own performance. 1.7 “EULA” means Hootsuite`s End User License Agreement or the terms and conditions of access and use of the Services by Customers that are maintained and updated from time to time by Hootsuite. A copy of the current version of the EUSA on the date of entry into force is annexed to Annex C. Any solid contract should contain information on compensation. Exemption is an obligation by which one party undertakes to protect another from a legal suite of the conduct of a party or another person [see Cal. Code Civ. § 2272 et seq.

An obligation of exemption may manifest itself as a law or by an explicit contract. In a software partnership agreement, it is appropriate for a developer to declare that it is prepared to be free from a breach of warranty under the agreement, intentional acts or negligence, omissions and infringement of a third party`s intellectual property right. Compensation provisions can be formulated in different forms, so it is important that the clauses reflect the specificities of the agreement. An example of this type of clause is: 5.1 Confidential Information. Each Party shall exercise the same degree of diligence as it does to protect the confidentiality of its own confidential information of the same nature (but in no case less than due diligence) and shall not disclose or use confidential information (as defined below) of the other Party for purposes outside the scope of this Agreement. In this Agreement, “confidential information” means all information, data and financial information relating to the business, business strategies, prices, personnel, customers, products or services of one Party (the “Information Custodian”), but excludes any information of which the other Party (the “Recipient”) was lawfully held by the Recipient prior to receiving it from the Depositor; (ii) is made available to the addressee, in good faith, by a third party, without prejudice to the rights of the applicant or of another party; (iii) is or is accessible to the public through no fault of the addressee; or (iv) has been or will be developed independently by the recipient, without reference to the advertiser`s confidential information. In the event that the recipient or a representative of the recipient is legally required to disclose the confidential information (by law, rule, regulation, subpoena or other similar legal proceedings), the recipient will inform (if possible) the announcement of such circumstances and limit such disclosure to the necessary disclosure. . . .

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