Chip Cooper, SaaS Attorney

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Winning Strategies For SaaS Startups

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Videos In The Members Area Easy videos provide winning SaaS strategies for SaaS startups regarding the best fit for your customer agreement; the differences between click-through, enterprise, and hybrid SaaS agreements; key points regarding how to structure your SaaS distribution channel, and our SaaS Reseller Agreements; how to manage your data security liability; and more.

SaaS End-User Agreements

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SaaS Agreement (Click-Through) SaaS Agreement designed for presentation online in a scroll box as part of the registration process. Agreement is indicated by clicking on I AGREE or similar button.

SaaS Agreement (Enterprise) SaaS Agreement designed for Enterprise users with full compliment of options, including a Service Level Agreement. Execution is by pen-to-paper.

SaaS Agreement (Hybrid) SaaS Agreement designed for both click-through presentation and pen-to-paper execution.

SaaS Service Level Agreement Addendum (Customer) SaaS Addendum designed to add a Service Level Agreement to any SaaS Agreement for end-user Customers.

SaaS Reseller Agreements (Indirect Channel)

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SaaS Reseller Agreement
(Framing-Executed)
For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (Reseller) rights to market and distribute Licensor's Web Services (SaaS) originating from Licensor's server through a link from Licensee's website that "frames" Web Services on Licensor's server.

SaaS Reseller Agreement
(Virtual Server-Executed)
For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (Reseller) rights to market and distribute Licensor's Web Services (SaaS) through Licensor's virtual server through a single domain name to be provided by Licensee. The virtual server is partitioned for use by Licensee. Licensee's end-users access the virtual server through Licensee's domain name.

SaaS Reseller Agreement
(Virtual Desktop-Executed)
For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (Reseller) rights to market and distribute Licensor's Web Services (SaaS) originating from Licensor's server through a sub domain to be provided by Licensor. Licensee's end-users access Licensor's server through Licensor's sub domain name using Licensor's proprietary client software.

SaaS Reseller Agreement
(Direct Login-Executed)
For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (Reseller) rights to market and distribute Licensor's Web Services (SaaS). Unlike the other SaaS Reseller Agreements, Licensee's end-users access the Web Services by login directly into Licensor's server - there is no linking between the Licensee’s server and Licensor's server. The Licensee merely provides login protocols to the end-user, and the end user goes to Licensor's site to login for the Web Services.

SaaS Reseller Agreement
(Software on Reseller Server-Executed)
For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (Reseller) rights to load Licensor's Software Products in object code form on Licensee's server and to distribute Web Services (SaaS) generated by the Software Product(s) from Licensee's website.

SaaS OEM Agreement
(Link-Executed)
For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (reseller) rights to market and distribute Licensor's Web Services (SaaS) originating from Licensor's server through a Link to Licensee's website. Web Services are authorized for distribution only as bundled with Licensee's services and not on a standalone basis.

SaaS OEM Agreement
(Software on Reseller Server-Executed)
For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (Reseller) rights to load Licensor's Software Products in object code form on Licensee's server and to distribute Web Services (SaaS) generated by the Software Product(s) from Licensee's website. Web Services are authorized for distribution only as bundled with Licensee's services and not on a standalone basis.

SaaS Service Level Agreement Addendum (Reseller) SaaS Addendum designed to add a Service Level Agreement to any SaaS Agreement for Resellers.

Additional Marketing Agreements (Indirect Channel)

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Affiliate Marketing Agreement (Click) For use by Web Publisher with the appointment of Affiliates (agents) for purposes of linking to the Web Publisher's website and sending referrals in exchange for commissions based on sales to the traffic generated.

JV Agreement-Sale of Product/Service (Reseller Model-Email) For use by Internet marketers for a joint venture for the sale of a product or service over the Internet. One party has the product or service (Seller), and the other has the email list (Reseller-List Provider); based on the reseller model meaning that the Reseller-List Provider becomes a reseller of the Seller and promotes the Seller's product/service to its list.

Referral Agreement (Executed) For use by a party who will pay referral fees for the referral of new business.

Specialty Advertising-Reseller Agreement (Executed) For use where Licensor grants distribution rights to Licensee-advertiser for specialty Software Product(s) on a "private-label" or co-branded basis for purposes of advertising Licensee's products or services.

Advertising Agreement (Executed) For use with the sale by Host Provider to Advertiser of advertisements and hyperlink(s) on Host Provider's website for purposes of advertising, promoting, and sending website visitors to Advertiser's website. Ads may be in the form of text, banner, logo, and icons.

Website Joint Marketing Agreement (Executed) For use as a reciprocal website advertising and promotion agreement (where neither party pays fees to the other) to be executed in written form between 2 independent websites, whereby each site provides a mandatory advertisement to the other.

Content License Agreement - Reseller (Ebooks, Training Material - Click) For use with licensing digital content in the form of ebooks and training materials to resellers. Resellers grant personal use licenses (sub licenses) to end users (and not to other resellers). Options include content distribution with Website Operator’s brand or with private label (“White Label”) branding. This agreement should be presented electronically to the user in a scroll box as part of the registration process. The user should not be permitted to continue with registration until there is an acceptance which is indicated by clicking on "I ACCEPT".

Software OEM Agreement (Product Packaging) For use where Licensor grants to Licensee/OEM distributor-reseller rights to package Licensor's Software Product(s) by copying them on (i) computer hard drives, or (ii) magnetic storage media for purposes of developing co-packaged, Composite Product(s) for distribution through traditional software channels by Licensee on a standalone and/or on a bundled basis.

Software OEM Agreement (Object Code Linking) For use where Licensor grants to Licensee/OEM distributor-reseller rights to link and combine Licensor's Software Product(s) in object code form into Licensee code or product(s) using interface specifications provided by Licensor for purposes of developing Composite Product(s) for distribution by Licensee on a standalone and/or on a bundled basis through traditional software channels.

Software OEM Agreement (Source Code Integration) For use where Licensor grants to Licensee/OEM distributor-reseller rights to integrate and merge Licensor's Software Product(s) in source code form into Licensee code or product(s) for purposes of developing Composite Product(s) for distribution by Licensee on a standalone and/or on a bundled basis through traditional software channels.

Software Reseller Agreement (executed) For use by Licensor with the appointment of Resellers or Distributors as intermediaries in distribution channel. For example, this is the typical Value Added Reseller (VAR) agreement for traditional software channels (not Web channels). Licensor grants to Licensee rights to market and distribute Software Product(s) on a standalone and bundled basis.

Software Reseller Agreement (Reseller Downloads-Executed) For use where Licensor grants to Licensee (Distributor-Reseller-OEM) rights to market and distribute Software Product(s), primarily through Licensee's website with an option to authorize additional distribution on specified tangible media (e.g. diskettes or CDs).

Software Commission Agent Marketing Agreement For use by Publisher with the appointment of marketing "reps" (agents) as intermediaries who are paid commissions on sales. In an agency relationship, the "seller" is the Publisher and the "purchaser" is the end-user; the agent merely procures the "sale" on behalf of the Publisher.

Software Publishing Agreement (Executed) For use as an "author-publisher" agreement where Licensor grants to Licensee-publisher rights to publish Software Product(s) on a standalone basis with options for bundling and OEM integration, in all channels, including traditional software channels and web channels.

Software Publishing Agreement (Private Label) For use as an "author-publisher" agreement where Licensor grants to Licensee-publisher rights to publish a Licensee-branded version of Software Product(s) on a standalone basis with options for bundling and OEM integration, in all channels, including traditional software channels and web channels.

Customer Agreements (Direct Channel)

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Website Terms of Sale Agreement (Click) For use with the sale of products that may be tangible personal property items (or even items in digital form is the copy is "sold" rather than "licensed" from an ecommerce website with unnamed Purchaser.

Software License Agreement (Click) For use with licensing software where license is presented for acceptance inside a scroll box containing the agreement -- scroll box may be on website and presented prior to purchase and download or presented by the software itself as part of the installation process.

Software License Agreement (Executed) For use with client-server or volume software licensing transactions into corporate environments where the agreement is executed (as distinguished from the "shrink-wrapped" agreement) between the Licensor and end-user/Licensee. May be a traditional perpetual term license or a limited term, subscription license ("software rental").

Coaching Services Agreement (Click) For use by an Internet marketer who offers any type of online coaching services (e.g. Internet marketing, SEO, technical services, graphics instruction, software use, etc.). This agreement is a services agreement that is presented online as part of the registration process in a scroll box with an I AGREE button to be clicked to indicate agreement.

Web Marketing Services Agreement (Executed) For use with web marketing projects where a Consultant provides web marketing consulting services to a Client that may involve (i) planning projects such as development of a web marketing plan, and/or (ii) implementation projects such as linking procurement and email marketing campaigns, and/or advertising campaigns.

Consulting Services Agreement (General Purpose) For use with consulting projects where a Consultant provides consulting services to a Client which involve technical advice, system integration, implementation consulting, project management consulting, process management consulting, the preparation of written reports, or system design and/or programming that is not considered to be a major software development project.

Website Development Agreement (Executed) For use with a single or a series of comprehensive web development projects between Developer and Sponsor, including supplemental services such as maintenance, SEO, and other marketing-related services. Provides for Intellectual Property (IP) ownership and licensing options for the Completed Website and for project management.

Website Hosting Agreement (Executed) For use where Service Provider provides web site hosting services to Client, and Client provides the web site to be hosted. Hosting services are provided either: on Service Provider's servers, or on a "co-location" basis where the Client provides the servers.

Subcontractor Agreement (Off-Site Work) For use where a Service Provider desires to outsource to a Subcontractor the performance of off-site services of any type or category that Service Provider is obligated to provide to it's customer. Services may involve any type or category of technical service including system integration, the preparation of written reports, or system design and/or programming.

Copywriter Agreement (Email by Copywriter) For use by freelance copywriters who write marketing copy, including copy for books, landing pages, squeeze pages, and sales pages. This Agreement will be presented by the copywriter to the copywriter's client, and it defines the deliverables, fee, payment terms, delivery schedule, ownership, and other terms and conditions for a specific project between the copywriter and client.

Graphic Design Agreement (Email by Designer) For use by graphic designers who create graphic designs. This Agreement will be presented by the graphic designer to the graphic designer 's client, and it defines the deliverables, fee, payment terms, delivery schedule, ownership, and other terms and conditions for a specific project between the graphic designer and client. Presented and agreed to by email per E-Sign Act.

Content License Agreement – End User (Ebooks, Training Material – Click) For use with licensing digital content in the form of ebooks and training materials to end users. End Users receive personal use licenses for the content. This agreement should be presented electronically to the user in a scroll box as part of the registration process. The user should not be permitted to continue with registration until there is an acceptance which is indicated by clicking on "I ACCEPT”.

Software Development Agreement (Executed) For use with a single or a series of comprehensive development projects between Developer and Sponsor. Master agreement provides for a possible series of projects, each defined by separate Work Order (thereby eliminating the need to enter into separate development agreements for each project). Provides for Intellectual Property (IP) ownership and licensing options for the Completed Software and for project management.

Software Beta Test Agreement (Click) For use as "click-wrapped" end-user beta test software license agreement by Licensor with unnamed Licensee. License is presented for acceptance inside a scroll box containing the agreement -- scroll box may be on website and presented prior to purchase and download or presented by the software itself as part of the installation process. License is authorized the use the Software for a specified license term and licensee is required to undertake specific obligations including reporting periodically via email regarding Software operations, errors, and suggestions for modifications.

Speaker Confirmation and Information Form For speakers to email to Event Coordinator for confirmation of a speaking engagement for a fee and for requesting additional information required regarding the Event Coordinator and for the presentation, hotel, and ground transportation. Presented by email with a request for the Event Coordinator to provided the requested information by email reply.

Speaker Engagement Agreement For speakers to use in presenting and executing an agreement for a speaking engagement for a fee. The agreement provides options for providing promotional copies of the speaker's book, testimonials, referrals, and promotional opportunities for speaker. Presented and agreed to by email per E-Sign Act.

Hardware Sub-Assembly Manufacturing Agreement For use where a Principal contracts with a Manufacturer to manufacture sub-assemblies for Principal in accordance with mutually agreed upon Device Specifications.

Technical Support Agreement For use where a Service Provider provides technical services for hardware, networks, third-party software products, or any other type or category of technical support or maintenance service, such as training, to Client.

Intellectual Property Protection Documents

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Non-Disclosure Agreement (Future Business) For use by 2 parties who will exchange confidential information in contemplation of a future business relationship. One of the most basic business agreements since it preserves confidentiality prior to entering into a definitive agreement.

Non-Disclosure Agreement (Future Employment) For use by prospective employer and employee (or contractor) under circumstances where the prospective employer will disclose confidential information in contemplation of a future employment relationship during the course of interviews and other pre-employment discussions.

Domain Name Transfer Agreement For use by a website operator with any service provider that will have physical possession of the website server (for example, a hosting service provider), and/or access rights to the website internals which contain personal information of website visitors (for example, website maintenance or SEO service providers).

Website Ownership Transfer Agreement For use where Seller is selling all rights in one or more Internet domain names to Purchaser. Provides for a complete transfer and assignment of all rights in the domain names and for the registration of rights in the domain name by the Purchaser.

Copyright Assignment - Content (All Rights) For use in transferring all rights of ownership of copyrights and other intellectual property (IP) rights in content from an owner to an assignee. Content may include ad copy, ebooks, articles - any content in the form of copyrightable authorship other than software (if software, then see Copyright Assignment - Software (All Rights).

Copyright Assignment – Software (All Rights) For use in transferring all rights of ownership of copyrights and other intellectual property (IP) rights in computer software programs and related documentation from an owner to an assignee. Often used to transfer ownership rights from individuals who participated in the creation of software or content to the entity that should be the owner of the IP.

Copyright Assignment – Software (Joint Ownership) For use as a complete employment agreement including both (i) compensation-related terms and conditions, and (ii) intellectual property ownership and confidentiality provisions. Employment may be for an indefinite term and terminable at any time for any reason ("at will" employment), or for a specific term and terminable only for cause.

Employment Agreement (With IP-Confidentiality) For use as a complete employment agreement including both (i) compensation-related terms and conditions, and (ii) intellectual property ownership and confidentiality provisions. Employment may be for an indefinite term and terminable at any time for any reason ("at will" employment), or for a specific term and terminable only for cause.

Employment Offer Letter (W/O IP-Confidentiality) For use as an employment offer letter which, if accepted by the Employee by signing at the bottom of the letter, will become an employment agreement including all financial terms. Employment may be for an indefinite term and terminable at any time for any reason ("at will" employment), or for a specific term and terminable only for cause.

IP-NDA Agreement (Non-Technical Employees, Contractors) For use by Employers with individual Employees or Contractors who serve as non-technical personnel for purposes of transferring ownership of intellectual property (IP) to the Employer and maintaining confidentiality of Employer trade secrets, confidential information, and personal information accessible through one or more websites and/or related servers operated by or for Employer.

IP-NDA Agreement (Technical Employees, Contractors) For use by Employers with individual Employees or Contractors who serve as technical personnel such as software designers, programmers, documentation, and/or content writers for purposes of transferring ownership of intellectual property (IP) to the Employer and maintaining confidentiality of Employer trade secrets, confidential information, and personal information accessible through one or more websites and/or related servers operated by or for Employer.

Notebook Computer Bailment Agreement For use by employers with employees or contractors to whom the employer provides portable computer hardware (e.g. notebook computers, handheld computers), with the expectation that the portable hardware will be used off the premises of the employer primarily for business use, but also for limited personal use.

Collaboration Agreement (Email) For use by two parties who collaborate for the development of a single product (referred to in the Agreement as a "project"). This Agreement is intended for joint development of content, software, video training, and so-called information products. The completed project will be jointly owned, and each party will have marketing rights.

Software Acquisition Agreement For use where Seller is selling all ownership rights in one or more software products to Purchaser (this is not a licensing agreement; it is an asset sale and acquisition agreement). Provides for a complete transfer and assignment of all intellectual property ("IP") rights in software product(s).

Graphic Design Agreement (Email by Client) For use by marketers who desire to employ a freelance Graphic Designer to create graphic designs, including copy for book covers, books, landing pages, squeeze pages, and sales pages. This Agreement will be presented by the client to the Graphic Designer, and it defines the deliverables, fee, payment terms, delivery schedule, ownership, and other terms and conditions for a specific project between the Graphic Designer and client.

Copywriter Agreement (Email by Client) For use by marketers who desire to employ a freelance copywriter to write marketing copy, including copy for books, landing pages, squeeze pages, and sales pages. This Agreement will be presented by the client to the copywriter, and it defines the deliverables, fee, payment terms, delivery schedule, ownership, and other terms and conditions for a specific project between the copywriter and client. Presented and agreed to by email per E-Sign Act.

Website Compliance Documents

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Legal Page For use by websites for purposes of providing intellectual property ownership notices and special website disclaimers. Parties: Website Operator - Website Operator is the party with the right to operate a website; there are no other parties.

Terms of Use For use by a Website Owner in establishing terms and conditions for use of a website. Parties: Website Operator - Website Operator is the party with the right to operate a website; there are no other parties.

DMCA Registration Form For use by a Website Operator in registration for the "safe harbor" for online service providers under The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The DMCA, signed into law on October 28, 1998, amended the U.S. Copyright Act to provide limitations for service provider liability relating to material online. A must for online service providers that permit web site visitors to post digital files on the web site. Since copyright infringement is a strict liability offense, without the DCMA "safe harbor" shield of immunity, a service provider would be liable for copyright infringement if a visitor posts infringing material on the service provider's site, even though the service provider may be completely unaware of the infringement. New subsection 512(c) of the Copyright Act provides limitations on service provider liability if the service provider has designated an agent for notification of claimed infringement by providing contact information to the Copyright Office and through the service provider's publicly accessible website. 17 U.S.C. Section 512(c). This is the form to file to take advantage of the DMCA "safe harbor". Parties: Website Operator - Website Operator is the party with the right to operate a website; there are no other parties.

Privacy Policy (General Audience) For use by a Website Operator in establishing Privacy Policy for a website that is a general audience site, meaning a website that is not directed to children under age 13 (U13s) or teens. Whether a site is directed to U13s or teens is based on the totality of circumstances of a site including subject matter, content, age of models, verbiage, musical content, use of child celebrities or celebrities who appeal to children, and whether ads promoting or appearing on the site or service are directed to U13s or teens. Parties: Website Operator - Website Operator is the party with the right to operate a website; there are no other parties.

Testimonials and Results Disclosure For use by websites for purposes of providing the required Federal Trade Commission disclosures regarding testimonials and generally expected results of products and services. Parties: Website Operator - Website Operator is the party with the right to operate a website; there are no other parties.

Earnings Disclaimer For use by websites that provide information, products, or services that involve the possibility of future earnings or income (i.e. how to make money). Parties: Website Operator - Website Operator is the party with the right to operate a website; there are no other parties.

Special Disclaimers For use with websites to supplement general disclaimers in your Legal Page, Terms of Use, and customer agreements. Parties: there are no parties; this is a discussion and listing of special disclaimers for use with the Terms of Use and customer agreements.

Opt-in List & Newsletter Notices & Disclaimers For use with websites that incorporate opt-in list sign-ups to build an emailing list. Parties: there are no parties; this is a discussion and listing of opt-in list and newsletter notices and disclaimers.

Red Flag Identity Theft Policy For use by websites for compliance with the U.S. Fair Credit Reporting Act, as amended by the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA), except as provided in the EXCLUSION discussed below, you would be a "creditor" dealing in "covered accounts" if in the ordinary course of business you: (1) obtain or use consumer reports, directly or indirectly, in connection with a credit transaction; (2) furnish information to certain consumer reporting agencies in connection with a credit transaction; or (3) advance funds to or on behalf of a person, based on a person's obligation to repay the funds or on repayment from specific property pledged by or on the person's behalf.

Data Security Policy For use by websites to plan for implementation of data security procedures and protocols.

Incident Response Plan For use by websites to plan for procedures for data breach.

Book Author Notices and Disclaimers For use by book authors; contains legal notices and disclaimers beginning with copyright notice and including disclaimers. Parties: there are no parties; this is a listing of notices and disclaimers for book authors.

Mobile App Privacy Policy For use by a Mobile App Owner in establishing Privacy Policy for a mobile app that is a general audience app, meaning an app that is not directed to children under age 13 (U13s) or teens. Whether an app is directed to U13s or teens is based on the totality of circumstances of a site including subject matter, content, age of models, verbiage, musical content, use of child celebrities or celebrities who appeal to children, and whether ads promoting or appearing on the app are directed to U13s or teens.

Website Privacy-Security Agreement For use by a website operator with any service provider that will have physical possession of the website server (for example, a hosting service provider), and/or access rights to the website internals which contain personal information of website visitors (for example, website maintenance or SEO service providers). This agreement supplements the Website Privacy Policy.

ROSCA Billing Information Transfer Consent Form For use in the registration process PRIOR to a "data pass" transaction which is a transaction where you collaborate with other unaffiliated sites that pass billing information of their purchasers to your site for a sale of your complimentary product or service. Data pass transactions are regulated by the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA) signed into law by President Obama on December 29, 2010. ROSCA prohibits the other unaffiliated site from transferring any billing information to you for purposes of an additional sale by you.

Model Release Agreement (Executed) For use as a simple model release form where a model grants permission to use his/her name and likeness for promotional purposes (the model may be a "professional" model or any ordinary person). A model release is required when you use any photo or video of a "recognizable person". Two options are provided – (i) a blanket release for all rights, including rights of privacy and publicity (commercial use), and (ii) a limited release that can be tailored for releases of limited scope.

ROSCA & Cal. 340 Continuity Plan Acknowledgement For use as an email notice for emailing to each recurring billing customer of a Continuity Plan immediately after their initial purchase (this is a confirmation of sale that is sometimes referred to as a "welcome" email). If you charge a customer's credit card periodically on a recurring basis (such as monthly with a Membership site) you are operating a Continuity Plan (also known as a Negative Option Plan) that is regulated by (i) the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA) signed into law on December 29, 2010, and (ii) the California SB 340 amendments.

ROSCA & Cal. 340 Continuity Plan Receipt For use as an email notice for emailing to each recurring billing customer of a Continuity Plan immediately after each recurring payment (example: if payments are monthly, this notice should be emailed after each monthly payment). If you charge a customer's credit card periodically on a recurring basis (such as monthly with a Membership site) you are operating a Continuity Plan (also known as a Negative Option Plan) that is regulated by (i) the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA) signed into law on December 29, 2010, and (ii) the California SB 340 amendments.

ROSCA & Cal. 340 Continuity Plan Change Notice For use as an email notice for emailing to each recurring billing customer of a Continuity Plan immediately after you make a material change to the plan (any change to the plan that may cause a customer to opt out should be notified). If you charge a customer's credit card periodically on a recurring basis (such as monthly with a Membership site) you are operating a Continuity Plan (also known as a Negative Option Plan) that is regulated by (i) the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA) signed into law on December 29, 2010, and (ii) the California SB 340 amendments.

Forum Use Agreement For use by websites that have a blog or forum that permits visitors to post to the blog or forum. This Agreement provides the terms and conditions regarding these posts.

Linking Agreement (Unilateral – Click) For use as a simple website linking agreement to be posted on the website of the Licensor-Destination Site. Grants non-exclusive linking rights from a Licensee website to a specified URL on Licensor's Destination Site.

Linking Agreement (Reciprocal -Executed) For use as a simple reciprocal website linking agreement to be executed in written form. Each party will be granting non-exclusive linking rights to the other under this reciprocal linking agreement; for this reason, each site will be a Host Site (site that establishes a hypertext link to the other party's site) and a Destination Site (site to which the link from the other party will point).

Linking Agreement (Reciprocal -Confirmed By Email) For use as a very simple reciprocal website linking agreement to be entered into via email, whereby Party No. 1 sends an email to Party No. 2 confirming the terms and conditions of the agreement (Party No. 1 simply copies the text of the agreement into the email and sends it to Party No. 2). Parties: Party No. 1, the first party that you will select in the Drafting Wizard, and Party No. 2, the second party you will select in the Drafting Wizard.

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