Museum as a licensee: the licensee should carefully assess all obligations it assumes. While you want to provide good service and valuable content, be reasonable and only accept what your own budget and staff allow you to offer. If the licensee needs additional content or services that you offer them, you can negotiate an additional fee to provide them with such content or services. Before signing an agreement, the licensee should test its content. This ensures that its technology is compatible with the licensee`s hardware and software and that the content is in a format and medium that the taker and their sublicensors can easily access. If it is not compatible, then you must work to remedy it before the licence comes into effect. If the content is not available on time, the content owner usually has some time, say 30 days, to remedy this situation. (This is discussed below as part of the termination clause.) This clause may also discuss other technological details of access to content. Museum as a licensee: As a content owner, you want to ensure that only authorized people access authorized content. However, they must also be sensitive to the practicalities of tracking the use of licensed content. Be sure to include certain security precautions to prevent copyright infringement in your licensed content.

Museum as a licensee: the explicit indication that fair trade applies to content granted may make a licensee appear positively for licensees. As for licensing software? Click here to create an end-user license agreement or software license agreement. 6. The licensee hereafter confirms that he has all the legal rights, titles and interests on and on certain intellectual property rights with respect to the formulation and other formulations that will be identified in future years and which will be granted under this agreement, including the know-how concerning the composition of the material and methods of using the composition of these formulations and other forms of prevention. diagnosis and treatment of certain human diseases and health conditions. , title and interest on and on certain personal property rights on tangible forms of execution of these compositions and formulations and other formulations. Both parties must be empowered to conclude the agreement. Before entering into the contract, ask yourself the following questions: does the owner of the digital content have the right to concede it or does he have to clarify rights with another party? If your museum owns this content, make sure you have all the rights to it.

(This is explained in more detail in the Guarantee and Compensation sections of this chapter. Do you have a signature power on behalf of your museum? If not, who would sign the agreement? Make sure that the name on the license is the one that is legally entitled to enter into legal agreements.