end user license agreement

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end user license agreement (plural end user license agreements)

  1. (law) A contract between the manufacturer or copyright holder, also commonly called the licensor, of an end product and a person, commonly called the end user, that specifies the licenses under which the end user may utilize the end product, subject to restrictions as specified in the contract or agreement.

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This contract is primarily associated with software; it is extremely rare to have the contract associated with any end product outside software.

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