The terms of any Licensing add-ons are in addition to the full terms of this agreement, unless otherwise noted.
Any potential licensing add-ons’ terms stand in addition to the terms here.
We endeavour to produce our Fonts to the most up-to-date technical standard. Can you prove that they do not function as promised, Grilli Type is entitled to cure the shortcoming. Should we fail within 30 days after your first information of curing you may, within another 30 days, ask for a refund. After a refund the respective license terminates with immediate effect and any further use is strictly forbidden.
We always try our best to make our fonts work perfectly. If anything doesn’t work, you can email us and we have 30 days to fix it. If we can’t fix it and it’s our fault, you have another 30 days to ask for a refund.
If you are notified by us, or become aware in another way, of a breach of this Agreement, you have 14 calendar days to rectify the situation. Otherwise the Agreement will be terminated with immediate effect. Any such uncured violation of the terms and conditions of this Agreement will terminate your license to use the Fonts.
Once you learn about a breach of this agreement, you have two weeks to fix the issue. Otherwise you lose your licensing.
After termination of the Agreement, you must destroy all copies of the Fonts, including your archive copies, and certify this to Grilli Type.
If that happens, you have to delete all copies of the font files.
The penalty for breach of the terms and conditions of this EULA is half of the total amount of the license in question, but is always at least US$ 4,000.00. If you have used the Fonts without having purchased a license, the full amount of the license costs in question will be added to the penalty payment.
Any breach costs at least $4,000, or half of the licensing cost (if it’s more) in fines. In addition, you also have to pay any licensing cost that you didn’t properly pay for previously.
All costs arising from a dispute about or a violation of this agreement are to be borne by the licensee; you will reimburse Grilli Type all costs arising from a dispute about violations of this EULA.
You have to cover our legal cost stemming from such a breach of contract dispute.
Any payments relating to a breach of contract, including but not limited to penalties, licensing costs, and legal costs, are due within 7 calendar days from our sending of such invoices to you by email or otherwise.
You have to pay all of that within 7 calendar days of our invoice date.
Any and all rights not expressly granted in this agreement are reserved to Grilli Type.
Don’t do stuff that isn’t expressly allowed.
Grilli Type represents and warrants that it has the right and authority to enter into this licensing agreement and that the agreed upon deliverables do not infringe any third party intellectual property rights.
We’re entering this agreement with all the necessary rights to do so.
Grilli Type’s liability is limited to gross negligence and intent, as well as to the amount of the purchased licensing. It is under no account responsible for any lost revenue, time, etc.
We’re liable if we did any really bad stuff, but only up to the amount of your purchased licensing.
From the moment the use of a license is made in any way public by you, Grilli Type is entitled to use your company’s name, as well as other trademarks, and images and videos of the use, for marketing reasons only.
If you use our fonts publicly, we can tell other people about it.
This agreement shall be governed by and construed exclusively in accordance with Swiss law. Place of performance and exclusive place of jurisdiction is the location of the headquarters of Grilli Type, currently Lucerne, Switzerland. The United Nation Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods does not apply.
We’re a Swiss company and the rules of Swiss law are what counts. If you want to sue us over this agreement, you have to do so in Swiss courts.
Edition October 2020, future editions subject to change.
Future changes to this agreement only apply to licensing purchases made after such changes.