Software Development and Licensing Terms Schedule
This Software Development and Licensing Terms Schedule is designed for use with the IT Services Framework Agreement in this subfolder.
This Schedule contains the additional terms which can be attached to the Framework Agreement (before it is signed) so that they will then apply to an order for software development and licensing services.
The IT Services Framework Agreement enables a client to place an order from time to time with a supplier of IT services such that each order is on pre-agreed terms.
This Schedule (and the Agreement) do not in themselves require the client to place any order at all. Only when the client chooses to place an order will there be a binding contract for the supplier to supply, and the client to pay for, the particular services covered by the order.
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 Software Development and Licensing Terms Schedule contains the following clauses:
2. Definitions and Interpretation
3. The Project
5. Company’s Obligations
6. Change Requests
7. Acceptance Tests and Liquidated Damages
8. Representatives and Progress Meetings
12. Proprietary Rights
13. Charges and Expenses
14. Terms of Payment
15. Liability and Insurance
17. Force Majeure - termination
18. Term and termination
19. Effects of termination
20. Further Assurance
22. Set Off
26. Dispute Resolution
and the following annexes:
Annex 1 New Software Specification
Annex 2 Implementation Plan
Annex 3 Payment Annex
Annex 4 Source Software Specification
Annex 5 Additional Services
This Software Development and Licensing Terms Schedule is in open format. Either enter the requisite details in the highlighted fields or adjust the wording to suit your purposes.
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