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Evaluation License - 10Duke SDK

1. Definitions

In this document:

means 10Duke Software Ltd., a company registered in England under company registration number 4499114 and having its principal place of business at 2 Water Lane, London, NW1 8NZ
Evaluation Licence
means this licence agreement.
Evaluation Period
Means a period of ninety (90) days beginning on the day you first accept this Evaluation License Agreement.
means the 10Duke SDK (Java) Standard Edition (and any part of it).
the person, partnership or corporation or academic institution who is in possession, downloads, save or otherwise utilises the SDK.
means any executable software program, whether for internal or external business purposes, created using any of the software libraries contained in the SDK (excluding any 3rd part libraries).


This Evaluation Licence applies to the 10Duke SDK (Java) Standard Edition.

You accept this Evaluation Licence by downloading, installing, saving or accessing in any other way the SDK.

Acceptance will create a legal agreement between 10Duke and you. No other person has any rights under this Licence. Where you are using the SDK on behalf of an organisation, you personally warrant that you are authorised to bind that organisation to the terms of this Licence.

2.Licence Grants and Limitations

You acknowledge that all intellectual property rights (including without limit copyright) in the SDK are the property of 10Duke or its licensors.

Subject to compliance with the other terms of this Licence, you may:

  • use the SDK only for the purpose of evaluating its suitability to develop a software application in your own right or on behalf of your customers.

You undertake not to use the SDK for any purposes other than those set out above. All other rights are reserved. This licence is worldwide and shall, subject to termination as provided for below, be irrevocable.

You may not modify, alter, reverse engineer or disassemble the SDK.

Notwithstanding any other term of this agreement, you may not use the SDK for any illegal or immoral purposes.

4. Warranties

10Duke warrants that it is able to grant the licences granted under this Licence.

The SDK is otherwise provided "as is" and all other warranties (express or implied), including without limit in relation to the quality or fitness for any particular purpose of the SDK are excluded. You must satisfy yourself as to the functionality and potential of the SDK during the Evaluation Period and its fitness for your purpose(s).

5. 3rd Party Licenses

The SDK does contain some 3rd party licenses. These are distributed in accordance with their specific license terms and these terms are contained in the SDK.

6. Termination

This license is valid for the term of the Evaluation period. 10Duke may terminate this licence immediately by notice to you if commit any other breach of this Licence or other contract entered into between you and 10Duke.

You may terminate this licence by ceasing use of the SDK at any time.

On termination of this Licence, howsoever arising, you must immediately and irrevocably destroy or delete all copies of the SDK which are in your possession. This term survives the termination of this Licence.

Termination is without prejudice to the accrued rights and liabilities of the parties.

7. Liability

10Duke accepts no liability whatsoever (whether in contract, tort or otherwise) in relation to consequential or indirect losses, including without limit loss of profits, loss of goodwill and loss of revenue, in connection with the download or use of the SDK.

8. Support

10Duke is not required to provide any support but has a full range of development and support services available, some free of charge and some at additional cost. These can be found at

9. Miscellaneous

This agreement and all matters connected with it (including non-contractual claims) are governed by the Law of England and Wales and the Courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to them.

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