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Our services / Licensing agreement

Anyone wishing to use software requires a license. The conditions of a software license set out what the recipient is allowed to do with the software.

These conditions can, for instance, be set out in a standard End-User License Agreement (EULA), an Application Service Provider (ASP) contract for Software as a Service (SaaS), or a complex tailor-made contract, including provisions covering software maintenance and updates. And what about open source software?

Not complying with a software license may lead to large claims. It is therefore important for both the provider of software and the user to conclude a software license with clear agreements.

 

The key elements to consider for software licenses are as follows:

  • What type of use of the software is and is not permitted?
  • What type of use of the software is and is not permitted?
  • Who is liable in the event of errors, and what is the maximum liability?
  • How will maintenance and improvements be handled?
  • What royalties (license fees) are required to be paid and what are the payment periods?

Legal ICT can help you draft, review or negotiate software licenses.

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