Individual User Database Licence
Please note that this document is currently awaiting an update for the
GDPR. In the meantime, new GDPR-ready
standard clauses for data protection and data processing
are available in our
GDPR & Data Protection Group.
This Individual User Database Licence is designed to govern the use by an
individual user of a computerised database or a particular section of such
This is particularly suited to situations where a small business or sole
trader wishes to acquire a relatively simple set of data for use in their
business such as mailing lists and other essential marketing data.
Additional licenses governing more complex databases and permitting
multiple and networked users are also available.
This is a non-exclusive licence, meaning that the owner or provider of the
database can issue as many copies of the database and / or permit access
under this licence to as many individuals as it wishes. The licence is also
non-transferable meaning that the user may not pass on the benefit of the
licence to another and in so doing, deny the provider paying customers.
Please note that this licence is for a database per se, not a database
software package. For such applications a software licence is required.
Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be
read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused
options should be removed from the document.
This Individual User Database Licence contains the following clauses:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
2. Grant of Licence
4. Limitations on Use of the Database
5. Intellectual Property Rights
6. Force Majeure
7. Liability and Warranties
8. Term and Termination
9. Law and Jurisdiction
And the following schedules:
2. Delivery Media
3. Stated Purposes
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