End User Licence Agreement (EULA): app for any device; worldwide licensing
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About this document
This is a licensing agreement between a developer or reseller and an end user for use of any type of software on any device. A customer accepts the licence terms when he or she purchases or downloads.
The licence is suitable whether you are selling in the UK only or worldwide. It 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.
The app could be written for any operating system or device. It could do anything, from being a game to monitoring messages. The same EULA can be used for multiple apps that you sell.
There is a menu of restrictions on use and obligations of the licensee, to maximise the value of your interest.
There are provisions for restricted copying and transfers, with options, and full copyright protection.
You may also need T&C that cover interaction between your website and a visitor and methods of payment. We offer a number of documents suitable for businesses that sell software. For example, these terms for a site that sells or allows downloading of software.
- Warranty for our authority
- Grant of licence
- The price
- Security of your credit card information
- Restrictions on use
- Disclaimers and limitation of liability
- U.S. Government end users
- Copyright and other intellectual property
- Miscellaneous matters
The document includes over 1,000 words of helpful and informative drafting notes.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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