This is an agreement between you, the Licensee (or “License Owner”) and Heypentype Foundry (hereafter “Heypentype”). By purchasing, or downloading, or installing, or using, or otherwise handling digital typeface software (hereafter “Fonts”) by Heypentype, both the purchaser and the License Owner accept this agreement and acknowledge that they understand and comply with its terms. If you are not the License Owner yourself but act as a payment facilitator or purchaser of the Fonts on behalf of the License Owner, you have to ensure that the License Owner accepts and complies with this exact EULA.
Acquiring a License from Heypentype grants the License Owner the right to use specified Fonts as part of designed content produced and published under the name of, or on the behalf of, the License Owner, and on specified types of media. The design work might be produced by the License Owner or a Designer on behalf of the License Owner.
By obtaining a License, the License Owner does not purchase the copyright of the design or any other part of the Fonts, other than the non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use the Fonts for the use cases specified in this agreement, according to the License Owner’s provided specifications. All other use cases other than the specified ones require an additional License subject to discuss both Heypentype and License Owner .
DESIGNER ≠ LICENSE OWNER. CLIENT = LICENSE OWNER
Typeface License should be owned and also paid for by the company for which the Fonts are being use. A Designer can be the facilitator, the purchaser, or the user of a Font License. A Designer may purchase a Typeface License on behalf of a Client, but it is the Client who is the owner of that License.
Only in the case that Designer and Client are the same legal entity can a Designer purchase and own a Font License.
LICENSE OWNERS, DESIGNERS, AND SUBCONTRACTORS
A Designer can not purchase a Typeface License on behalf of one Client and use it for another. Different entities commissioning a Designer must have their own, separate Font Licenses according to the specific use cases of their brands.
As a License Owner, your Font License covers your own company and one initial Subcontractor. Licensed Fonts must only be used within the organization of the License Owner and that one initial Subcontractor working for the License Owner. If the License Owner employs any further third parties or self-employed or temporary freelancers, or stops working with the initial Subcontractor to continue with a different Subcontractor, a separate Subcontractor Add-on is necessary to cover the use of Fonts by those parties during their working relationship.
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