Software is the intellectual property of a vendor and the user must agree to certain restrictions on the frequency and timing of the application`s use before agreeing with the ECJ. What is often overlooked is the fact that consent under the EULA implies that the user is willing to buy or lease the license to use the software by the provider. Most often forgotten is the fact that the acceptance of the conditions mentioned in the AEA implies that the user is willing to buy or rent the license to use the software by the company or developer. EULAs are usually long and written in very specific legal language, making it difficult for the average user to give informed consent. While the company designs EULA in a way that deliberately prevents users from reading it and understanding the use of complex legal language that makes it difficult, many users do not knowingly agree. The ECJ must stipulate that both the licensee and the end user are bound by Indian law and must refer to the relevant court in the event of a dispute or infringement. The agreement must also determine whether alternative dispute resolution methods are preferred by the licensee to whom the user agrees. Unlike THE EULAs, free software licenses do not function as contractual extensions of existing legislation. No agreement is ever reached between the parties, because a copyright license is merely a declaration of authorization for what would otherwise not be permitted by default under copyright.
 The CLA requires the user to comply with the restrictions on the use of the software set out in the ECJ. A pop-up window in which a user is asked to activate a checkbox indicating that they accept the conditions before continuing is a frequent and effective way to obtain acceptance of legal conditions. The user is invited to accept the contractual arrangements by a « narrow wrap » or « click-wrap » agreement. The most frequent and important clauses required by each CLU to induce users to accept such an AEA are licensing, limitation of use, related agreements, copyright/intellectual property violations, termination of licensing, exclusion of warranty and limitation of liability. Many EULAs maintain significant liability restrictions. More often than not, a CAU will attempt to keep the software licensee unscathed in case the software causes damage to the computer or user data, but some software also suggests limiting whether the licensee can be held responsible for the damage caused by inappropriate use of the software (for example. B misuse of tax preparation software and punishable).