MaRS Library Clickwrap software licence agreement: Sample template
A clickwrap software licence agreement is also known as a clickthrough agreement. This type of agreement is very familiar to users of online software or services. It is a clickwrap agreement that appears on a user’s screen which one must navigate and accept its terms and conditions before one can access the product in question.
MaRS has created a sample template of a clickwrap software licence agreement to help streamline business for investors, founders and their respective legal advisors. While MaRS makes this document available for educational purposes and to facilitate the negotiation of terms between investors and startups, the template is yours to use at your own risk. Please see the disclaimer below.
Sample clickwrap software licence agreement template
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