International Software Distribution Agreement
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In the International Software Distribution Agreement, the owner of a Software program (the Licensor) exclusively grants the software exploitation rights for a certain territory (usually a country) to a third party (Distributor) which in turn sells them to users (Licensees). In exchange, the Licensor receives an initial sum for the granting of the rights, plus royalties for each one of the software licenses which the Distributor sells in the given territory.
The Agreement also includes certain clauses to ensure that the Licensor has control of the software licenses granted to the Distributor, and that the Intellectual Property Rights which are granted are properly used.
If the owner of the Software itself wishes to grant the Software License to final users (companies or individuals) located in international markets, then the International Software License Agreement must be used.
The language of this contract is English. It is available also in Spanish.