Thank you for your reply. To answer your specific question, the EULA agreement must be part of the registration workflow and be available on the app if necessary after registration. Termination clauses do not vary as much as usage clauses or restrictions on use. Indeed, termination is often not a matter: if, as a user, you violate the conditions, access to the application is cut off. This is clear in the first paragraph of the agreement: 2) Scope of the license: the license granted to the end user for the application of the license must be limited to a non-negotiable license for the use of the licensed application on Apple branded products that the end user owns or controls and as permitted by the rules of use of the Apple Media Services Terms and Conditions of Sale. except that such an application licensed from other accounts linked to the buyer may be accessible through family sharing or volume purchase and can be used. Apps made available through the App Store will be licensed to you and will not be sold. Your license for each application is subject to your prior acceptance of either this License Agreement for Licensed Applications (“EULA Default”) or a custom end user license agreement between you and the application provider (“Custom USLA”) if provided. Your license for an Apple application under this EULA or custom EULA standard is granted by Apple and your license for any third-party application under this EULA or custom EULA standard is granted by the application provider of that third-party application. Any application subject to this EULA standard is called a “licensed application”. The Application Provider or Apple (“Licensor”) reserves any rights to the Licensed Application that are not expressly granted to you in accordance with this default ITA. If the application proves popular, the developer can follow a more developed version that contains their own EULA agreement and other clauses adapted to this application. In the NBA`s license agreement, you`ll find an intellectual property provision similar to Apple`s standard EULA and its provisions.
Apple`s limitation of liability clause lists all causes of recourse, including personal injury and commercial damages, as consequences that are not covered by the app developer who uses the default agreement instead of a custom agreement. The EULA is a contract between an application developer and an end user. It gives an end user a license to use the application and sets the limits of that license. It also protects the interests of the application developer and protects the intellectual property (IP) within the application. 5. Product Claims: You and the End User must acknowledge that you are responsible, and not Apple, for handling any claims of the End User or any third party with respect to the Licensed Application or the possession and/or use of such Application granted by the End User, including, but not limited to, to: (i) Product Liability Rights; (ii) any allegation that the application of the licence does not comply with applicable legal or regulatory requirements; and (iii) claims arising from consumer protection, data protection, or other similar laws, including with respect to your licensed application`s use of the HealthKit and HomeKit frameworks….