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Canada Co-Branding Agreement with Application Provider

Prepare a Co-Branding Agreement with an Application Provider with this easy-to-use template for Canada.

The Agreement is between a service provider who operates one or more websites which deliver third party content, products and/or services to its customers, and an application provider which has distributions rights for certain content, products and/or services it wants to disseminate through the service provider websites.

Provisions of the Agreement include:
  • Obligations of the parties with respect to a co-branded application to be developed, hosted and maintained by application provider, and integrated into service provider systems;
  • Service provider's specifications and standards to be met;
  • Mutual agreement of the parties not to serve advertising of the other party's competitors;
  • Ownership rights and restrictions of each party with respect to data collected;
  • The parties grant each other limited licenses for use of their respective trademarks, content, and intellectual property;
  • The application provider is responsible for maintenance and customer support;
  • The service provider is responsible for promotion of the websites;
  • Termination provisions.
This Canada Co-Branding Agreement with Application Provider is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your specific circumstances.

Download: Canada Co-Branding Agreement with Application Provider

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Canadian Law Resources: (14-Apr-2018) E.&O.E.

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