1.1.9. “order” refers to a written or electronic order document received between you and us (or our partner or authorized dealer) for the product. Unless otherwise stated in an order, each order is subject to the terms of this CAU and contains the name of the licensed product, as well as all usage restrictions, fees and other details related to the transaction. 126.96.36.199. Restrictions on the use and distribution of add-ons. You cannot use Sitefinity to create add-ons for use with third-party web development and management software or in an environment other than Sitefinity. If you want to use a add-on that you created using Sitefinity to manage a publicly accessible website, you can only do so if it is developed and managed with Sitefinity. You can distribute add-ons that you use sitefinity, provided that a) you cannot distribute these add-ons to third parties who agree to use these add-ons in conjunction with Sitefinity, in accordance with a valid Sitefinity license received by these third parties by ourselves or by a licensed reseller, and (b) you do not distribute these add-ons that make it dependent on sitefinity of a license that (i) requires the source code. Be made public or distributed (ii) Sitefinity, which must be granted for the production of derivative works; or (iii) Sitefinity can be distributed free of charge. End-user licensing agreements are usually lengthy and written in very specific legal language, making it more difficult for the average user to give informed consent.  When the company designs the end-user licensing agreement in such a way as to deliberately deter users from reading it and is difficult to understand, many users may not give their informed consent. The 7th. And the 8th circuit subscribe to the argument “licensed and not sold”, when most other circuits are not necessary.
In addition, the applicability of contracts depends on the adoption by the state of the laws of uniformity of transactions on computer information (UCITA) or the anti-UCITA (U-BombATION Shelter) Act. In the anti-UCITA states, the Single Code of Commerce (UCC) has been amended to explicitly define the software as a good (which places it in the UCC), i.e. to prohibit contracts that stipulate that the terms of the contract are governed by the laws of a state that existed in DIE UCITA.