Licenses are legal agreements that tell you what you can and can't do with the Final Work that a Seller creates for you on HostJane - and who legally owns that work.
Licenses do not apply to online lessons.
Example: You're a business in New York and your seller is a software developer in Germany: Two completely different countries with different laws. With HostJane licensing, the Seller can let you buy their Service under a license which tells both of you:
How any disputes related to the Work will be resolved
A license takes the guesswork out of buying Services from people in your own and foreign countries.
There are 4 types of Licenses a Seller can work under for you on HostJane:
Buyer Owns Rights (Free) - all rights and title in Work created by the Seller are transferred to the Buyer after release of payment.
Personal (Paid) - Buyer can only use the Work in non-commercial projects. Great for personal projects.
Limited (Paid) - Buyer can use the Work in 1 commercial service or project with limited end use. Seller must be credited.
Unlimited (Paid) - Buyer is granted full rights and title in the Work when they release payment to Buyer. Seller credit not required.
If you and the Seller do not agree a License then under 2.15 of the Marketplace Rules, all rights and title in the Work is transferred to the Buyer when they release payment to the Seller and leave a review in an order.