where can i buy a copy of Autocad Release 14?

What about the heirs after the person, who agreed to the license agreement, rests in peace??? What then? the disks must be returned to autodesk?? By law the heirs inherit the disks (paid for) but are not bound to any contract.
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Not being a lawyer, I can only assume that it would be similar to a mortgage on a home. The transfer of the home is subject to the conditions on the title, such as the mortgage,tax liabilities, home owner's association rules etc. Similarly the transfer of the rights to use the software would be subject to the terms that were accepted by the person who originally purchased the software. If you don't like the rules you have the option to allow the property to be claimed by the mortgagor (you can't be forced to accept an inheritance) or the software licensor.
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