Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide, but this inquiry is
one of principal.
My boss recently purchased a complete copy of autocad 2000 from another
related industry(mechanical engineering) who went out of business. This
lady was the original owner of the autocad and purchased it new.
The boss purchased various other components as well, ie computers, printers
and so on.
ON trying to recently register the autocad he was told by autodesk that they
would not re register it and the purchased copy would be deemed to be
illegal and he would have to buy another copy.
Now correct me if I am wrong but I am under the impression that to purchase
goods in good faith from their rightful owner means title to those goods
pass to the new owner.
Anyway does any one have any info as to what is going on with autodesk, why
they refuse to register this legitimately purchased copy or are they a
typical large corporate pack of DICKHEADS. I know the boss is talking about
switching totally to archicad and they will not receive any good press re
ARE THERE ANY PRECIDENTS OR INFO THAT I CAN HELP HIM WITH RE THIS DILEMNA.
18 years ago