End User License Agreement for MLS Tax Suite

FAQ: End-User License Agreement (EULA)

Q: What is a EULA, and why is it important?
A: A EULA stands for End-User License Agreement, and it is a legal contract between a software application provider and the end-user. It is crucial as it outlines the rights and restrictions associated with using the software or service. EULAs are essential for protecting intellectual property rights, defining permissible uses, and mitigating legal risks for both parties.

Q: What changes can we expect with the new EULA implementation?
A: The new EULA brings clarity and updates to reflect changes in our services and the regulatory landscape. It provides more detailed explanations of user rights and responsibilities, data usage policies, and compliance requirements.

Q: Will the EULA be updated regularly?
A: Yes, our EULA will undergo yearly reviews to ensure alignment with regulatory changes, industry standards, and evolving business practices. We are committed to keeping you informed of any updates and providing ample time for review and feedback.

Q: How can we ensure compliance with the EULA?
A: We recommend carefully reviewing the terms of the EULA and ensuring that all users within your organization are aware of their obligations. Additionally, our team is available to provide guidance and support to help you navigate any questions or concerns.

Q: Where can I find the EULA?
A: The EULA is attached to this article for your reference.

Q: Is there a charge associated with the new EULA?
A: No, there is no additional charge.

Q: What does the Non-compete section mean? Can I not send property data to my client any longer?
A: This just means you cannot pull data to resell, in a way that competes with CRS. You are still free to print, email, and otherwise distribute reports, lists, and maps to your clients and prospects as part of your regular business activities.

Q: I initially declined the EULA, but now I'd like to accept it. How can I do this?
A: When a user declines then changes their mind, they simply need to access the MLS Tax suite again. This will prompt the again to accept or decline.

If you have any further questions or concerns regarding our EULA, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're here to assist you.