This is important because there is a widespread misunderstanding that end-users “own” their copy of your app. People often think it`s up to them to buy something. However, the end user only has a functional copy of your software – no rights to the software itself. If you don`t license, you won`t need a CLA. If you grant a license, you can have one or both of these agreements. You need to specify what end-users can`t do with your product. You should set out these restrictions clearly and concisely so that they are easily understandable. 1.5 “royalties” refers to software licensing fees (including renewal or extension), support services, or any other product or service acquired under this Agreement. Here`s an example of Nintendo. First, it is specified that the company offers a revocable license, not the property. It is then pointed out that end-users can only operate the application for non-commercial and personal reasons: below, you will find an example of a clause in a CLA that covers the granting of the license.

Note as it is clear that the license “revocable, not exclusive, non-transferable, limited… These restrictions let a user know that they can use the software or application, but that they cannot necessarily use it in the way they want. 1.4 “documentation” refers to official, print, electronic or online descriptive documents that the licensee has made available to the client regarding the use of the software. To avoid doubts, installation instructions or end-user documents that are not created or provided by the licensee do not constitute an online community website, unofficial documentation, videos, white documents or comments that do not constitute documentation. 10.4 Full agreement and amendments. This agreement constitutes the whole agreement between the parties and replaces all prior written or oral agreements or agreements between the parties. The terms of this agreement can only be changed by a written agreement signed by both parties. In some cases, the information provided by the buyer is included in the agreement, but this generally applies only to the physically accepted USA during the execution and not to the delivery (because the buyer must be present with the seller to sign). This is sometimes observed in cases where the buyer/licensee is a large organization, for example, a large company.

B Marketing, which buys 50 licenses for Adobe Creative Suite for its design team. 3.3. The client agrees to pay royalties to the licensee for licenses and related services. Although the law does not require it, the ECJ is a useful agreement for developers. Like an AGB, this type of agreement can set out the rules and rules that users must follow to use the software application. 1.1 “Affiliates”, an entity controlled by such a party, controlled or jointly controlled by such an entity, which controls more than fifty per cent (50%) state of at least or more voting rights (or equivalents) of the applicable corporation. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Affiliates may use the license granted to it. All references to the licensee are understood to be made to the licensee and its associated companies, and all references to the client are understood as made to the client`s business or to another legal entity and its associated companies. 10.3. Taxes.

The customer agrees to pay all taxes (including, but not limited to sales, use, excise duties and VAT), duties, customs duties, customs duties or similar taxes collected or levied on the software client`s licenses, with the exception of taxes on the licensee`s net income. Similarly, Ubisoft hands the risk over to the end user. It is their responsibility to choose the right product for their purposes, and they load and use the software at their own risk: this is an illustration of how to approach this period. Some agreements take a different approach and make the warranty period from the date of purchase, depending on how the software is purchased and/or delivered.