9. Interest of the guarantee: ownership of the goods sold under the contract remains in the hands of the seller until all payments have been made in full in cash. The seller retains a warranty interest in the goods sold to the buyer, claims related to the goods and the proceeds from the sale of the goods as security for the fulfillment of its obligations by the buyer. The buyer authorizes the seller to prepare and file a financing statement. The buyer undertakes to execute and provide the other documents necessary for the creation, improvement, maintenance or implementation of such an interest. i. The conditions and requirements relating to insurance coverage may be changed at any time and from time to time by seller, at its discretion, and buyer agrees to comply immediately with such changes. 6.3 You must pay us the full purchase price of the items, without any deposit or advance payment you may have paid, within 30 days of the invoice date, unless otherwise stated on the invoice. If we agree with you that the sale is subject to the issuance of an export license, payment must be made in the same manner within 7 days of the issuance of the export license. If payment is accepted by cheque, this acceptance is subject to full payment on first presentation. In any case, the payment was made only when we have received the funds released, which represent the full amount.
The payment date is essential for the contract. Payment receipts are issued only upon request. Seller grants Buyer a non-exclusive license to use and distribute software (including firmware in all references to the „Software”, unless otherwise specified), in a machine-readable form, only in combination with or as part of the products for which the software was provided, and only one copy for each of these products. No right or license is granted to the buyer with respect to the source code of the software. With respect to the products, software, documentation and parts thereof, buyer does not have the right and agrees that it will not do so: (i) the source code, ideas, technology or algorithms, decompile, decipher, decosasser or attempt to undo it, unless expressly permitted by law; (ii) modify or produce derivative works; (iii) remove or modify proprietary marks or indications; or (iv) merging, linking or integrating software into other software. . . .