RTU does not mean you can transfer them, technically you will, but legally that may not be the case. I don't know if CUBE licenses are transferable you would need to contact Cisco for that, but as an example router VXML RTU licenses are not. I would not be surprised if that is the same case with CUBE.
This is a valid point and just because you can and/or should be able to transfer them - does not mean you legally can. As of now all the documentation indicates that technically - licensing would need to be repurchased if using it on a new/different device - assuming no special permissions from Cisco.
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