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18.9 Force majeure. Neither party is held liable to the other party in the event of a delay or non-compliance with obligations (except for your payment obligations to Adobe) as follows: where the delay or failure is due to unforeseen events based on the effectiveness of the conditions and which are outside the appropriate control of the parties, such as strikes, blockades, war, terrorism, disturbances, natural disasters, refusal of licence by the government or other government agencies, to the extent that such an event prevents or delays the party concerned from fulfilling its obligations, and that party is not in a position to prevent or eliminate the case of major cases at reasonable costs. 2.6 Documentary copies. The Client may make copies of the documentation for his own internal use in connection with the use of the Software in accordance with this Agreement, but no more than the reasonably necessary amount. This agreement, in particular Section 16.1.2, is intended to describe the client`s rights (including legal rights) in the event of a problem with the use of the software. If the client`s legal rights exceed this description, his legal rights apply. 1.1 „Adobe“ refers to Adobe Systems Incorporated, a Delaware company, 345 Park Avenue, San Jose, California 95110, when the agreement is entered into while the customer is in the United States, Canada or Mexico; Otherwise, it means Adobe Systems Software Ireland Limited, 4-6 Riverwalk, Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24, Ireland. 4.2 Use obligations. The client accepts that he does not use the Software other than what is authorized in this Agreement and that he does not use the Software in a manner inconsistent with its design or documentation. 16.8.3 For any clearly extensive document, the client may provide this extended document only to an unlimited number of unique recipients, but the client must not extract information or have the effect of extracting information from more than five hundred (500) unique instances of such an extended document or from a printed presentation of such an expanded document containing fields of completed forms; or b) provide this extended document to a single recipient of no more than five hundred (500) without limiting the amount of information the client is allowed to extract from such an extensive document that those recipients refer to the client. Notwithstanding the contrary provisions, the purchase of additional licenses for the use of Acrobat Standard, Acrobat Pro or Adobe Acrobat Suite does not increase the above limits (i.e., the above limits are aggregated overall limits, regardless of the number of additional licenses obtained by Acrobat Standard, Acrobat Pro or Adobe Acrobat Suite Customer).

7.7 Using Adobe`s online services. If your device is connected to the Internet, the software can facilitate your content and services hosted on Adobe-run or its affiliates (Adobe Online Services) without additional notice and at irregular intervals or at regular intervals. Examples of such online services Adobe may, but are not limited to: Acrobat.com. In some cases, an online adobe service may be displayed as a feature or extension in the software, although it is hosted on a website. In some cases, access to an Adobe Online service may require a separate subscription or other fee to access it and/or your consent to additional terms of use. Adobe Online Services may not be available in all languages or for residents of all countries, and Adobe may change or terminate the availability of an Adobe online service at any time and for any reason. Adobe also reserves the right to charge a fee for accessing or using an Adobe Online service that was previously offered for free. If your device is connected to the Internet, the software may update downloadable materials from these Adobe online services without further notice to ensure the immediate availability of these Adobe online services in the offline area.