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Domain name sales contract
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End-user License Agreement (EULA)
An end user license agreement, or EULA, allows people to use your software, but not to distribute it. In a EULA you set forth the rights and obligations of users, such as payment terms (if payment is required) and warranties.
EULA for apps
A EULA or End-User License Agreement allows people to use your app, but not to distribute the app to third parties. In a EULA you record your users' rights and obligations, what payment (if any) is required and which warranties you decide to give.
Terms of service
When offering a web service such as a forum or review site where people can post their contributions, e.g. pictures or text, you need terms of service or terms of use for your users. These terms stipulate what users can and cannot do, what they have to pay (if anything) and which guarantees (if any) you are willing to make for the service.
IP assignment
Whoever creates a work, owns the copyright to it. To transfer copyrights to a third party, a written and signed piece of paper (a deed of transfer) is necessary. This deed records which rights to which work(s) are transferred, against which conditions and what remains permissible for the transferring party after the transfer.
Non-disclosure agreement (NDA)
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also called confidentiality or secrecy agreement, enables you to work together with another party in confidence. You can for example protect negotiations in a purchase or sale, or share a concept, technology or software in confidence.
Online shop terms & conditions
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Privacy policy
A privacy policy is required for any website where personal data is processed. These days, almost any website will process some form of personal data. The contact form on your website is an obvious example where personal data are processed, but the standard logs of web servers usually also contain certain data that may be related to individual persons, such as IP-addresses.
Processor's agreement
A processor’s agreement is required by law when one party wants to outsource the processing of personal data with another party.
SaaS reseller agreement
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A patent is the exclusive right to make, use or sell an invention in a country. Patents provide a powerful legal remedy against imitations of someone's invention. Only new and nonobvious inventions can be patented.

By IT-lawyer Arnoud Engelfriet (blog, contact).

Patentable inventions typically are products, such as machines, televisions or medicine, or methods of manufacture of a product. In many jurisdictions, software is patentable, and the USA also permits patents on so-called business method patents. To obtain a patent, the inventor must apply for a patent at a patent office. He must fully disclose the details of his invention. If the invention is new and nonobvious, the inventor will receive a 20-year patent right.

As patents provide very powerful legal remedies against infringers, more and more companies are turning to patent protection for their developments. In particular, the field of electronic business has seen an enormous growth in the number of patent applications and granted patents.

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