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Noot Computerrecht

Noot Computerrecht

Noot Computerrecht

18.03.2014 NL law

Geen schending zorgplicht door software-onderhoudspartner. De softwaregebruiker heeft zelf wijzigingen aangebracht in de hardware-omgeving waardoor een licentietekort ontstond. De partij die het onderhoud verleende wist niet en hoefde niet te weten van deze wijzigingen en had daarom geen plicht om te waarschuwen voor het ontstane licentietekort.

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