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sa110>Pace *owned* RISC OS. They, in effect, replaced Acorn/E14. They had to right to grant or revoke whatever they wanted.

Pace sold what they owned to Castle. Therefore whatever rights *Pace* had then Castle had. Whatever obligations ROL had to Pace they *then* had to Castle once Castle replaced Pace.

Doesn't sound particularly complex to me - or have I missed something ?

 is a RISC OS UserAMS on 18/12/08 12:23AM
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