💼 Using oneNDA for commercial purposes

  • updated 3 mths ago

What are commercial purposes?

Commercial purposes include any instance where you’ve made oneNDA available on your platform to the public or your own customers.

For example, this includes adding oneNDA to a template directory which your customers or the public can use.

What should I do if I want to use oneNDA for commercial purposes?

You’ll still need to follow the same restrictions (i.e. not changing the main terms in oneNDA and following the CC BY-ND 4.0 licence.

You’ll also need to sign our Tech Vendor Licence Agreement which covers the use of our oneNDA trademarks. All you need to do is click here and sign the agreement, then you’re good to go!

What are the main terms in the tech vendor licence agreement?

Summary of terms:

  1. You can use oneNDA on your platform free of charge

  2. The licence agreement lasts 12 months and renews for successive 12 month periods unless either of us gives notice to terminate.

  3. You won’t alter the marks, make composite trade marks, challenge the validity of the marks, register confusingly similar marks, or do anything to depreciate their goodwill.

  4. You’ll take all reasonable steps to prevent others from changing the main terms.

  5. Both of us can terminate the agreement for convenience with one month’s written notice.

  6. The governing law and jurisdiction is England and Wales.

🖊️ Sign Tech Vendor Licence Agreement

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