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This template combines the provisions from our directory website terms and conditions and our reviews website terms and conditions. The directory provisions cover both free and paid directory listings, whilst the reviews provisions cover both expert and user reviews.
This online non-disclosure agreement is intended to be published on a website. It is a unilateral agreement, protecting the confidential information disclosed by publishing organisation - but not the confidential information of other party. The other party can accept the agreement by completing and submitting an acceptance form published on the website, or you can define some alternative acceptance method. In editing this non-disclosure ...
This is a three party agreement, under which one party (the transferor) transfers its rights and obligations under an existing contract (the transferring contract) to another person (the transferee) who was not originally a party to the transferring contract. The other party to that transferring contract remains in place and acknowledges and agrees to the transfer. The transfer of rights is backdated (ab initio) such ...
Under this novation agreement, a party to an existing contract may transfer all of that party's rights and obligations under the existing contract to another person. The other person, the transferee, will effectively step into the shoes of the transferring party as at a moment in time specified in the novation agreement. Optional provisions in the agreement cover indemnities, third party rights and documentary ...
This disclaimer may be used in, or in relation to, an ebook. It seeks to limit and exclude the liability of the ebook publisher in respect of the content of the ebook. You should adapt this document to cover the particular risks that a particular ebook may give rise to. As with all disclaimers of liability, if you are not a lawyer you should consider ...
This is a template for an ebook disclaimer: the text often found near the start of the ebook that disclaims liability in relation to the use of the ebook. In addition to disclaiming liability in various ways, this template also includes a licence of copyright. The licence specifies exactly what the customer or user is permitted to do with the ebook, as well a detailing ...
This EULA document sets out the basis upon which an individual player may use a computer or video game. The EULA may be used with digital or physical copies of a game; it may sit alongside the terms and conditions of one or more game distribution platforms. The heart of the EULA is the licensing clause, under which the licensor grants to the user rights ...
This computer or video game EULA template is relatively simple. It is suitable for traditional games without online features. It should not be used for online games or multiplayer games, whether or not the multiplayer functionality relies upon servers provided by the licensor. Most games are distributed by via the internet, and the preamble to the EULA provides that users will be asked to agree ...
This free end user licence agreement (EULA) has been designed for use in relation to stand-alone video games that do not include an online component. The EULA may be used in one of three ways: as a shrink-wrap licence on physical copies of the game; as a click-wrap licence to be accepted on game installation; or as a web-wrap licence to ...
This is an end user licence agreement (EULA) for video games. At the centre of the EULA is the licence, granted by the publisher or developer to the customer, allowing the customer to install and use the game. This licence may be restrictive or permissive. A more restrictive licence may limit the devices upon which the game may be installed and the classes of person ...
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