Yes, the most typical thing is that if you allow. B a transfer to an affiliate, the assignee (under the general right of assignment) is responsible for the enforcement of the agreement; In this case, you would generally not allow a transfer (in the event of a transfer, the transferor generally retains no current benefit obligation). However, in my project, I would not rely on common understanding, but I would use explicit language to be clear about what a licensee can do. Damages and interest: financial compensation for an error of law, for example. B or a confidentiality agreement. Shrink Wrap licensing agreements generally apply to software, while click-wrap agreements apply to databases or Software as a Service (SaaS). Courts generally have shrinking licenses to be fully applicable when a user has had the opportunity to verify the license before using the database service or installing the corresponding software. Compare the «Click-wrap» chord above. A license is a contract (contract) not to complain for violation. It is therefore a creature of state law, and the question of whether a right or obligation is transferable or can be surrendered will be primarily a right of the state. Separation clause: a contractual clause which, in turn, cannot be declared illegal and the validity of the contract in cases of judicial or other fact, or which cannot be applied otherwise. Rights: powers or privileges conferred by an agreement or law. Contract: the letter (including all annexes, amendments or exhibitions) that defines the terms of a formal and legally binding agreement between two or more parties.

Compare the «agreement» above. Boilerplate: A standard clause in another contract or form book. Change: a formal revision of the terms of an agreement. A change can be a complement, a deletion or a correction. Site License: a particular type of licensing agreement that allows access and use of digital information on a given site. Termination: termination or termination of a contract. Negotiations: The process of submitting, reflecting and reviewing bids between two or more parties, which takes place until the licensee and the licensee agree on conditions (and thus codify the agreement in a contract) or until the parties mutually agree to terminate this process without agreement.