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Das Agreements

In any event, this DAS Agreement expires for the Customer within ninety (90) days of termination of the Agreement. Use of the entire software is subject to a license agreement. This license agreement can have multiple names (EULA, ELA, EA, CLP, etc.); It can even be viewed by clicking on a website. A high-level license agreement sets out the terms of use for the software. This is the list of what the end user can or cannot do with the software and often determines the consequences of violating the agreement. It is customary to present a settlement agreement to an employee as an alternative to a lengthy disciplinary, performance or dismissal proceeding. It is important to note that no part of the transaction agreement is mandatory until it has been signed by all parties. This protects you as an employer if you discover new information during the bargaining period, for example. B if the employee flies into your company. As a rights holder, State Street has the right to allow Customer access to State Street`s proprietary systems under this DAS Agreement. During the term of this DAS Agreement, State Street agrees to provide the support services described in Appendix A to this DAS Agreement. State Street and Customer acknowledge that Customer and its professional representatives, in connection with the data access services provided under this DAS Agreement, have access to customer data and functions of State Street`s proprietary systems; However, provided that the customer or his authorized agents do not in any case have direct access to the software at the system level of third parties that retrieves, stores or supports data for the system. Any authorized purchaser is responsible for ensuring that it has a license agreement that meets the requirements of the State (or, for non-governmental authorities, authorized purchasers) for all software used by its employees, contractors or representatives.

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