7.3. “Copyleft License” refers to a software license that requires that the information necessary to reproziment and modify this software be made public to the recipients of executable versions of the software (cf.B. GNU General Public License and www.gnu.org/copyleft/). I wrote proposals a few years ago and it was great to have a model that reminds me of the critical elements that needed to be included. The kit helps win business, but at the same time, it helps protect my business by integrating the critical contractual components of the proposal. 2.1. Property. SugarCRM holds all rights, titles and interests, including all intellectual property rights, to and from the SugarCRM product and all changes to that product (together the “SugarCRM property”). The company entrusts SugarCRM with all rights, titles and interests worldwide regarding the intellectual property rights contained in all amendments. To the extent that one of the rights, Ownership and interest is not transferred by the company to SugarCRM, the companies are granted and undertake to grant, use, disclose, reproduce, license, sell, import and operate in such a manner exclusively to SugarCRM, an exclusive, free, transferable, global and fully paid license (with sublicensing rights at several levels of sublicensing).
SugarCRM retains all of its rights, rights and property rights over and over SugarCRM property, and no other intellectual property or licensing rights will be granted by SugarCRM to the company pursuant to this agreement, expressly or implicitly, estoppel or otherwise, including, but not limited to, any rights under any of SugarCRM`s patents or related companies. 7.9. “third-party software” refers to online, web and offline applications that are developed by third parties and may collaborate with the SugarCRM product, whose use of the software is subject to the applicable terms and conditions of these third parties.