Cloud Subscription Agreement
This agreement is governed by Washington law, regardless of the conflict rules of laws, except that if you are an agency of the U.S. government, that agreement is subject to the laws of the United States and (ii) if you are a state or local government in the United States, that agreement is subject to the laws of that state. Any enforcement action must be taken in Washington State. This decision does not prevent any of the parties from being in an appropriate jurisdiction with respect to a violation of intellectual property rights. 4.3. Corrective measures; Taxes. Matterport may suspend or terminate your access to Matterport`s cloud if such a payment is late, and Matterport may charge a late fee of 1.5% per month or the maximum rate allowed by law, depending on the lower date, for outstanding amounts. In addition, Matterport has the right to claim all costs and costs incurred by transferring a depending sum to an agency or lawyer. You are responsible for paying all taxes related to your Matterport Cloud subscription and the purchase of a Matterport camera and other products and services related to your Matterport Cloud account, except for Taxes based on Matterport`s income. 2.1. License to use the VR service. Subject to the terms of the agreement, Matterport grants you (and up to the number of authorized users authorized in accordance with your current subscription plan) during the subscription period a revocable non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-transferable, non-transferable, revocable right: (a) use Matterport`s cloud-based REALITY processing functionality to generate VR spaces from your spaces; and (b) use Matterport`s cloud-based VR hosting feature to host VR spaces in the Matterport cloud.
a. Restriction. The general liability of each party for all claims arising from this agreement is limited to direct harm up to the amount paid for the online service in the 12 months prior to the origin of the appeal under this agreement; provided that the overall liability of a party for an online service does not exceed the amount paid during the subscription to that online service. For products provided free of charge, Microsoft`s liability is limited to direct damages of up to $5,000.00.