However, the purpose of a user agreement is to protect your business by explaining how your software works, how it should be used, explaining your copyright or patent, and deterring your company from liability. It is also important to the user, even if he does not really read the agreement because he explains his rights as a user. Are they allowed to have free updates? Do they have the right to reproduce and distribute the software? If they have the right to reproduce and distribute it, what are the limits? Do they have the right to install the software on an unlimited number of devices? If not, how many computers or devices are covered by a user agreement? An end user can use an application in a variety of ways, including illegal means. You must include a section indicating usage restrictions. In general, restrictions are posted for things like copying the license in multiple devices, using licenses to break laws, or for reverse software engineering for reproduction. It is important to always include a limitation of the appropriate usage clause, so that you limit the actions that other people can perform with your software application. 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.