License your software programs and protect your authorship rights with these easy-to-use Software Licences and Development Forms for Australian programmers.
Australia's Copyright Act treats software the same as written literature. That means it is protected as a 'literary work'. The owner has the sole right to copy, reproduce, adapt and publish the work, and anyone attempting to do so without the owner's permission is infringing on the copyright.
Copyright does not protect names, titles, ideas or concepts, or the function of the software.
Set up a strategic alliance for marketing and selling your apps with this Partnering Agreement for Marketing and Selling Software.
The Agreement is between a software developer and a consultant who will assist in selling the software products within a defined territory.
The relationship between the parties is not a joint venture, partnership or formal business entity of any kind. Neither party has the power or authority to enter into contracts on behalf of the other p.....
Sublicense your products to resellers with this Australia Software Sublicence Agreement.
The distributor (sublicensor) grants a royalty-free, nonexclusive non-transferable sublicence to the reseller (sub-licensee) to allow the reseller the use of the licensed program on designated computer equipment and backup machines.
Copying of the software is not allowed. Additional sublicences must be obtained for additional copies.