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I'm sure Castle can only revoke the license if the terms have been broken (unless it's explicitly allowed for in the license).

If ROL continue to sell RO and it turns out that they have breached the agreement, then I assume they may be liable for damages to Castle.

Equally if it turns out that RO are not in breach, then presumably Castle would be liable to RISC OS (and also potentially to the sub-licensees).

If they can't agree between them, I assume this will have to be settled in court.

All just my opinion of course. I'm no lawyer!

 is a RISC OS Userflypig on 17/6/04 3:31PM
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