We do not limit the number of copies of a template you can make on your own computer. Nor do they limit the number of times you can print and sign a document. We do however limit the number of copies of a template you can create in the Docular editor, and also the number of websites / digital products with respect to which a template may be used.
There are four different licences under which you can access a Docular template.
|Free licence||Standard licence||Extended licence||Professional licence|
|Number of document instances||1||1||5||25|
|Number of websites or digital products||1||1||5||25|
|Document licence period||No expiry||No expiry||No expiry||No expiry|
|Credit for Docular||Yes||No||No||No|
Number of document instances
Document templates are the products available for sale on this website; whereas document instances are "clones" of the templates, which you can edit using Docular's online editor and export from the website.
We will update our document templates from time to time, but this will not affect your document instances. When you create a document instance, it will be based upon the latest version of the underlying document template at the time of creation of the instance, irrespective of your date of purchase.
You can save your document instance to our servers at any time, and return to editing later. Once you are happy with your editing, you can export the document and save it to your computer.
Number of websites or digital products
The licences include numerical limits upon: (a) the number of websites (including cloud services) on which documents may be published; and (b) the number of digital products (such as software programs) with which documents may be distributed.
All of our paid licences allow you to sub-license to a client of yours the right to use a document created using Docular.
When you sub-license that right, it becomes attached to the particular client. The number of sub-licences you may grant is numerically limited and, again, the limitation corresponds to the document instance limitation.
Document licence period
This is the period of the licence to use documents created using and exported from the Docular online editor. In short, the licences do not expire. There are no ongoing licence fees.
Credit for Docular
Each free template includes a textual credit for Docular (eg "this document was created using Docular") and you must retain that credit in all versions of the document.
For full details of the licensing rules governing the use of Docular templates, instances and exports, see our terms and conditions.