License and Limited Warranty
GRANT OF LICENSE: The material in the digital product and in the documentation is copyrighted by the State Bar of Texas (“State Bar”). The State Bar grants you a nonexclusive license to use this material as long as you abide by the terms of this agreement.
OWNERSHIP: The State Bar retains title and ownership of the material in the digital files and in the documentation and all subsequent copies of the material regardless of the form or media in which or on which the original and other copies may exist. This license is not a sale of the material or any copy. The terms of this agreement apply to derivative works.
PERMITTED USERS: The material in these files is licensed to you for use by one lawyer and that lawyer’s support team only. At any given time, the material in these files may be installed only on the computers used by that lawyer and that lawyer’s support team. That lawyer may be the individual purchaser or the lawyer designated by the firm that purchased this product. You may not permit other lawyers to use this material unless you purchase additional licenses. Lawyers, law firms, and law firm librarians are specifically prohibited from distributing these materials to more than one lawyer. A separate license must be purchased for each lawyer who uses these materials. For information about special bulk discount pricing for law firms, please call 1-800-204-2222, ext. 1402, or 512-427-1402. Libraries not affiliated with firms may permit reading of this material by patrons of the library through installation on one or more computers owned by the libraryand on the library’s network but may not lend or sell the files themselves. The library may not allow patrons to print or copy any of this material in such a way as would infringe the State Bar’s copyright.
COPIES: You may make a copy of the files for backup purposes. Otherwise, you may copy the material in the files only as necessary to allow use by the users permitted under the license you purchased. Copyright notices should be included on copies. You may copy the documentation, including any copyright notices, as needed for reference by authorized users, but not otherwise.
TRANSFER: You may not transfer any copy of the material in the files or in the documentation to any other person or entity unless the transferee first accepts this agreement in writing and you transfer all copies, wherever located or installed, of the material and documentation, including the original provided with this agreement. You may not rent, loan, lease, sublicense, or otherwise make the material available for use by any person other than the permitted users except as provided in this paragraph.
LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITED LIABILITY: The State Bar makes no warranties, express or implied, concerning the material in these files, the documentation, or this agreement. The State Bar expressly disclaims all implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability and of fitness for a particular purpose. The material in the files and in the documentation is provided “as is.”
The State Bar shall not be liable for the legal sufficiency or legal accuracy of any of the material contained in these files. Neither the State Bar nor any of the contributors to the material makes either express or implied warranties with regard to the use or freedom from error of the material. Each user is solely responsible for the legal effect of any use or modification of the material.
In no event shall the State Bar be liable for loss of profits or for indirect, special, consequential, or punitive damages, even if the State Bar has been advised of the possibility of those damages. The State Bar’s aggregate liability arising from or relating to this agreement or the material in the files or in the documentation is limited to the purchase price you paid for the licensed copyrighted product. This agreement defines your sole remedy.
GENERAL PROVISIONS: This agreement contains the entire agreement between you and the State Bar concerning the license to use the material in the files. The waiver of any breach of any provision of this agreement does not waive any other breach of that or any other provision. If any provision is for any reason found to be unenforceable, all other provisions nonetheless remain enforceable.
Last Update: September 29, 2020