Alex Jacque's Third Party License

Alex Jacque's Third Party License


1) The Agreement
This is an agreement between you, the purchaser, and Alex Jacque - hereafter "the copyright holder". In accepting the terms of this agreement, you acknowledge understanding and promise to comply with its terms.

2) Your Rights
What you are purchasing is a license to use digital typeface software - hereafter "fonts" - for a certain number of authorized users within your organization; you are not purchasing the copyright to the design of the fonts, but the rights to use the fonts.

3) Definition of your Rights
This license is only for the benefit of the users authorized under this license. If you are purchasing one license (in other words, one authorized user), you may install the fonts to one desktop computer and additionally on one portable device such as a laptop, notebook, or netbook. If you purchase five licenses (ie. five authorized users), then those authorized users may install the fonts on their five desktops and their five portable machines. These machines may be connected to any number of printers, plotters, and other output devices. You can purchase additional licenses at any time, which grants additional users in your organization the rights to use the fonts on their respective additional computers, as noted above.

You can make archival copies of the fonts for your own purposes. You will not distribute the fonts to people outside of your organization. A copy of the fonts may be sent as part of a file release to a prepress bureau, if absolutely necessary. The fonts can be embedded in other software files, such as Portable Document Format (PDF) or Flash files, but you will take all reasonable care to embed the fonts in such a way that they cannot be extracted from the files you create. You agree to use the fonts solely for your own business or personal purposes. This license does not limit the number of impressions or print size of anything your print using the fonts. You can use the fonts for anything web-related (jpeg, png, Flash, Quicktime, etc), except making them available to others for download such as embedding them in a website using the CSS feature @font-face, though reasonably secure means such as sIFR are allowed.

4) Modification
You may modify the fonts for your own purposes, but the copyright remains with the copyright holder, and the number of computers covered by the license remains the same. You may not commission a third party to modify the fonts without first gaining permission from the copyright holder. You may not sell, make available for download, or give away modified versions of the fonts.

5) Limit of Liability
If you encounter problems with the fonts we will work with you to the best of our ability to solve these technical issues. The fonts may be only returned if defective within 10 days of sale, or within the timeframe specified by the authorized font reseller the fonts were purchased from, whichever longer. In no event will the copyright holder be liable to you for any consequential or incidental damages, including any lost revenue, profits, goodwill or savings, or for any claim by any third party.

6) Good Faith
We grant the rights of use of our fonts to you in good faith, and request that you promise to adhere to the terms of this agreement to the best of your ability, and in good faith.
Last Update: January 01, 2010
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