Website terms and conditions: licence of copyright (downloaded) product; single product licence agreement
TandC downloaded products: full separate licence agt: B2B and B2C.
- Solicitor approved
- Plain English makes editing easy
- Guidance notes included
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About this agreement
This is a website terms and conditions document. It is suitable for any downloaded product, sold B2B or B2C. Examples are: photo images, instruction manual, house plans, psychometric tests, computer games and a million more. It includes a licence agreement to use long term. It also provides for separate sale of services, for example, a report on a psychometric test, returned to you for that purpose.
This document gives you many options, including extensive protection of your website if users are allowed to “inter-act” with it, tough provisions for posting material onto your site, site security and much more. The content of each paragraph is clear, so that you can easily delete a whole paragraph if it does not apply.
The licence is presented as a separate agreement which the user will accept with the T&C on a single click. We have treated it separately to emphasis to the user the importance of intellectual property and the penalties for failure to comply with the terms you decide to leave in place.
Again, there are many simple options, for example as to: sub-licensing, copying, removing ID references, prohibited uses. You do not need to add anything. You simply delete what you do not need.
This template complies with the Fair Trading Act 1986, the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 as amended, and other latest consumer protection legislation allowing you to sell to businesses or consumers.
- Professionally drawn, tough law
- Easy to edit (as always with Net Lawman documents)
- Practical, alternative business provisions
- No requirement for you to be your own lawyer
Alternatives to this agreement
This agreement is suitable for software too, but if you have no user interaction on your site, a simpler version is at Software licences, sales and EULAs.
If you provide additional material in “hard” form, such as a DVD or book, use TandC licence for download products: supporting material in hard copy; B2B; sub-licence.
Contents of this agreement
- Definitions and interpretation
- Basis of contract
- Charging for additional services
- Restrictions on what can be posted to your website
- Restrictions on use of your website
- Legal status of what you post
- Removal of offensive content
- Security of your website
- Disclaimers and many matters to protect you
Over 1,900 words of helpful drafting notes.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current New Zealand law.
What other customers thought
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By Nicole Wilson 07 September 2015
Easy to understand and use; applicable to NZ which is what I was looking for. Reasonable price. The notes throughout and at the end of the form were very helpful for making the changes needed to customize the form. It was great that T&C's and product licence agreement were combined as I required both. It was very good value for money.
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