Find Path Changes

End User License Agreement

This end user license agreement is a legal agreement between you (either a private or a legal person) and Kra-Tronic Corp. for the use of 'Find Path Changes' software, which only can be used, if you have a valid license for the 'Find Path Changes'. 
By downloading and installing 'Find Path Changes' software you are agreeing to be bound by the terms of this agreement.

1. License
When you purchase one license key for 'Find Path Changes' software, you are entitled to use one copy of the program on any single computer, provided the software is in use on only one computer at any time. 
If you have purchased multiple licenses for the program, then at any time you may have as many copies of the program in use as you have licenses. 

When you purchase a site license, you are entitled to use the 'Find Path Changes' software on any computer in one site. A site license is meant for a single unit of a company. A company unit can have several buildings in a city. To use the 'Find Path Changes' software in different branches (normally located in different cities) a worldwide license is needed. 

When you purchase a worldwide license, you are entitled to use the 'Find Path Changes' software on any computer in any site owned by one company. 
A site license or a worldwide license does not cover PCs outside the company !

2. Responsibility
Kra-Tronic Corp. disclaims responsibility of any loss (including but not limited to direct or indirect loss in consequence of personal injury, loss of profits, business interruption, loss of business information or other financial losses) arising out of the use of or inability to use 'Find Path Changes' software. In any case, Kra-Tronic Corp. entire liability under any provision of this agreement shall be limited to the amount actually paid by you for the license key.

3. Copyright
The 'Find Path Changes' software is not sold but is given in license. The software is owned by Kra-Tronic Corp. and is protected by Swiss copyright laws and international treaty provisions. Therefore, you must treat the software like any other copyrighted product.

4. Disputes
An attempt shall be made to resolve by negotiation any disputes arising in relation to this agreement, or any circumstances deriving from the agreement. If this is unsuccessful, the dispute shall be settled by arbitration in Switzerland under Swiss law.