End User License Agreement (EULA)
Why you need an End User License Agreement (EULA)
End User License Agreements (EULA) are essential if you have a proprietary piece of intellectual property (IP) like software that you need to protect. It grants the user permission to do something that might otherwise be considered an infringement of copyright law. The perfect EULA gives the software developer peace of mind that their product is safe.
What is an End User License Agreement (EULA)?
A EULA gives the buyer of your software the licence to use it, while also ensuring it is not misused, resold, or copied. It also gives you (as the owners of the IP) the ability to exclude or limit your liability and the right to sue the user if they don’t comply with the terms of the agreement.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who is the end user in a EULA?
A: The end user is the party that pays a fee (to the developer/supplier) to download or install a copy of the software.
Q: What is the difference between a EULA and a SaaS agreement?
A: A EULA is most commonly used when the end user is going to download or copy a piece or software. Even though the software is in the hands of the end user, the EULA ensures the developer/publisher retain intellectual property rights. Whereas a SaaS Agreement is used in cloud-based services where no software is being downloaded or copied.
End User License Agreement (EULA) document contents
1. Grant and scope of licence
3. Intellectual property rights
4. Limited warranty
5. Limitation of liability
7. Communications between us
8. Events outside our control
9. How we may use your personal information
10. Other important terms
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