The term narrow wrap license commonly refers to any software licensing agreement that is included in software and is not accessible to the customer until after purchase. As a general rule, the license agreement is printed on paper contained in the boxed software. It can also be displayed on the screen during the user`s installation, in which case the license is sometimes called the Click-Wrap license. The client`s inability to verify the license agreement prior to the purchase of the software has led to the absence of legal difficulties in some cases. Agreements cannot deprive tenants or licensees of the rights granted by the laws of Parliament, even if the text of an agreement says otherwise. For example, Section 11 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 provides the landlord with certain repair obligations that cannot be undone by the inclusion of the obligation on the tenant in the wording of the tenancy agreement. If there is evidence (verbal or not) that a clause in an agreement should never be valid, the evidence may replace the written agreement to determine whether the agreement is a lease or a license. In some cases, the occupiers signed agreements stipulating that they would allow the landlord to share their home or place other occupants in their homes: these were often called into question on the grounds that the conditions should not be effective and that they were simply false means to avoid the creation of a lease agreement.  However, if there is a written agreement, it will always provide good first evidence of what was intended and the burden of proof will always fall on the person who wants to overturn the provisions of a written agreement. The use of 2GIS Desktop 4.0 in the corresponding licensing agreements does not confer rights, titles or interest on or on the components of the software made available subject to the corresponding licenses. Those who enter into a licensing agreement should consult a lawyer, as there are complexities that are difficult for those who do not have a deep understanding of intellectual property law.
A license places you under certain obligations and gives your owner certain rights that are not known to all. The four sections described above provide only a brief overview of what you can expect from a standard software license agreement. There are a few key clauses that you want to include to make sure you are well protected, no matter what may happen in the future.