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What is implicit common practice in licensing software (client Javasript) for evaluation?

OK. Your client doesn't want to sign a licensing agreement. Here's how to look at this: If the work has not already been performed, and you do the work, it's technically a work-for-hire, and the ...
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licensing after installing for Client (not Work-For-Hire)

Before you look at licensing, think about asking for a support agreement. If this software has gone significantly out of original scope, then there is a high probability of changes coming. Keeping the ...
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Can you still charge a person money if you used a trial version of a software?

This is Liz from the Sales Support team at Balsamiq. You’re more than welcome to use our free trial at your pace, and to your convenience. There aren’t any strings attached regarding the wireframes ...
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What is the freelancer's responsibility regarding software bugs?

Regardless of what services you provide to your clients, you should invest in Professional Liability Insurance and General Liability Insurance, or their equivalents. Will I be held responsible? ...
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How to offer software license discounts to students with confirmation?

You can use libraries such as this Github project that lists email domains for higher-education institutes. You can also look up some older SWOT repos (there are about 10 or so that are highly used).
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What is the freelancer's responsibility regarding software bugs?

Although you've agreed to fix bugs or other defects, that doesn't necessarily make you liable for the damage caused by those defects. The Mozilla Public License, which you're using for your code, ...
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Regular or Extended license for Theme/Module bought by a client?

If the client purchased the license, it is perfectly fine for you to include the product as part of your development for this client. You should not use the product for any other clients in the ...
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How to grant a license to others to use your app

If you are contracted to develop an app, your contract should state who gets ownership of the result. The norm is that your client gets full rights, so if anyone wants to use this app afterwards, they´...
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Can you still charge a person money if you used a trial version of a software?

I don't know about Balsamiq but from my experience most of the softwares I've seen so far with free/trial version didn't allow commercial use. If it's allowed then as long as it won't be a problem ...
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