The Beaver Templates single license has been designed to give you the confidence that items you download will be allowed to be used in most projects & applications, including commercial usage. For full details, make sure you read the complete license terms.
Summary of Correct Usage
- Active Subscription
In order to use any items you’ve downloaded from Beaver Templates for new projects, you must have an active subscription.
- Single Use Only
Items downloaded from Beaver Templates are licensed for use in a single project only. You can use the same item in multiple projects, but must relicense it for each use.
- Items Must be Customized or Incorporated Into a Larger Project
Items must be incorporated into larger projects or customized in a way which requires skill or effort (eg: you cannot redistribute an item ‘as-is’).
- Public Display, Reproduction or Communication is Allowed
The license allows for projects where items have been used to be publicly displayed, communicated, broadcast, distributed or reproduced, so long as they have been customized or implemented into a larger project.
- End Products Using Items can be Transferred to a Client (sublicensing)
Where you have created an end product for a client, you are permitted to transfer the entire end product to the client (with a limited sublicense of the item rights as part of this). When you do this, you must have an active subscription at the point of transfer, must ensure the item cannot be extracted from the end product and you must inform the client of their obligations.
- Unlimited Copies & Distribution of an End Product
You can create an unlimited number of copies of end products (eg: you could print a poster incorporating an item an unlimited number of times). You are permitted to distribute end products in any and multiple media formats.
Summary of Prohibited Usage
- No Redistribution of Items, Even With Modifications
Items on Beaver Templates must not be redistributed (whether for free or paid) as stock, in tools or templates or with source files. You can’t redistribute the item on its own or bundled with other items, even with superficial modifications. You cannot make derivatives of plugins.
- You Cannot Use Items in On-Demand, Made to Order or Build Yourself Applications
Items on Beaver Templates cannot be offered in on-demand services (eg: a site where a customer customizes a design of a t-shirt for order). Whether the end result is a digital or physical product, this use is prohibited.
- No Use in Merchandising Where the Main Value is the Item Itself
You cannot use an item as merchandise, where the main value (such as a t-shirt design) is the item itself. You can use items in merchandising, so long as the item is incorporated into a larger end product and/or is significantly altered.
- Items Incorporated Into End-Products Cannot be Extracted or Used Separately
You cannot allow items incorporated into end-products to be extracted or used separately from the end-product. You must take all reasonable steps to prevent this from happening and inform any client who the project is for of their responsibilities in relation to this.
- No Trademark or Service Mark Rights for Items Included Within the End Product
You can’t claim trademark or service mark rights for any item which is included in the end product which uses those items. They must be excluded from any trademark or service mark rights for the end product.
- One Account = One User: No Sharing of Details or Items
You cannot share your user account details with anyone else, even within the same organization or business. Items installed (such as fonts or add-ons) can only be used by you (the subscriber).
- Items Can Only be Used for Lawful Purposes
You can only use items for lawful purposes. Items must not be used in material which is offensive, defamatory, pornographic, obscene or demeaning, or promotes discrimination. You can’t use items in a way that creates a fake identity, implies personal endorsement of a product by the person, or in connection with sensitive subjects.
- You Cannot Claim Ownership of an Item, Even When Included in an End Product
The owner of each Item retains ownership. You can’t claim ownership of an Item, even if it has been modified. By downloading or registering an Item you’re not actually acquiring ownership of the Item itself, only the license to use that Item.