End User Licence Agreement (EULA)
- Length:10 pages (2800 words)
- Available in:Microsoft Word DOCXApple PagesRTF
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About this app licence agreement
Here is your website downloaded app licence agreement (“EULA”) for any device. The licence assumes you are selling World wide to anyone who wants to buy. You may be selling one app or many. You may have written them yourself, bought them or licensed them for you to exploit the sale to end users.
The licence may be renewable annually or for a fixed number of years. The options are specific and clear, to give you a wide range of possibilities.
There is a menu of restrictions on use and obligations of the licensee, to maximise the value of your interest.
Provisions for restricted copying and transfers, with options. Full copyright protection, of course.
- Professionally draw, tough law
- Easy to edit (as always with Net Lawman documents)
- Thorough coverage of legal areas, so no requirement for you to be your own lawyer
- Practical, alternative business provisions
If you want to do more than simply licence an app, you may also need a document which covers interaction between your site and a visitor, methods of payment and much more. Look at Software licences, sales and EULAs if you want something more sophisticated.
- Definitions and interpretation
- Basis of contract
- The licence, your restrictions and your requirements
- Copying options
- The price and payment
- Disclaimers, limitation of liability and indemnity
- Intellectual property
- Other legal provisions
Over 1,000 words of helpful and informative drafting notes.
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