The PRESENTATION of the AESA should contain details such as the name of the supplier, the name of the software and the conditions of use. The EULA allows the provider to prevent the user from modifying, adapting, improving, improving, improving, translating or creating derivative works there from it. Due to the nature of software, injury problems are very common and important to avoid. You should always include in your AESE a section dealing with what will happen in the event of copyright infringement. Clauses like this limit competition, invitation and protection of the app`s proprietary features. As your software application is likely to have copyright and intellectual property rights, you should insert a „restriction of use“ clause similar to the one mentioned above, so that you can legally limit the type of actions that others can perform with or on your software application. The EULA only deals with the license, while the agreement on the general terms and conditions of sale is more detailed and detailed and covers issues such as payment plans, data protection issues, third parties, fees and charges, dispute resolution, refund requests, use of the associated website and often even contains the AESE. An end-user license agreement is often used when an individual or company wants to create proprietary software and make money by allowing others to use the program in a limited way. If the licensor is concerned about its copyright, an EULA prevents others from copying the source code, selling the software as its own, or transferring the software to a non-paying user. An end-user license agreement is a contract between two parties – the licensor and the licensee – on the right to use proprietary software. The licensor or vendor is often an individual or software company that created the software. Licensee is the user who pays a fee for the use, download or installation of a copy of the software. Structural decisions about how such agreements are designed do not stop at the rights of users.