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Okee-dokee...;-)  IANAL, but when I was pursuing changing careers to be a
Financial Planner, I learned about ipso facto:  If a contract issuer has a
proviso that is intentionally not enforced, then that clause cannot be
enforced at a later date.  (Ex:  If a landlord has payment due on the first,
but accepts several checks on the 15th, they can't boot you out for paying
on the 15th.)  So, my IANAL understanding is no, regardless of what the
licenses and contracts state.

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