What is an end user licence agreement?

An end user licence agreement (EULA) is a contract between two or more parties based on the proprietary rights of a licensor to grant a right to the licensee/s to use or access a product or service.  The proprietary right may be based on a variety of intellectual property (IP) rights, including copyright, trade marks, patents, designs and trade secrets.  EULAs are common in the software and web development industries, where copyright subsists in the written code of a program or website as a literary work in under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). [Read more…]

Bespoke end user licence agreements for the iStore

When Software Developers (Developers) or their clients launch a new application (App) in the iStore, the default terms and conditions are Apple’s standard End User Licence Agreement (EULA).   However, a number of situations arise where it may be in the best interests of the owner of the App to provide their own EULA in place of the default one.   [Read more…]

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