Manifestation of Assent and the OSL
Mahesh T Pai
paivakil at vsnl.net
Thu Oct 31 12:16:06 UTC 2002
Lawrence E. Rosen wrote:
> But because the OSL is unabashedly a contract, and where contract
> formation can be proven -- as where click-wrap and other technical
> means are used to manifest assent expressly and volitionally --
> contract law gives the Licensor better ways to enforce the License
> agsinst his licensees. A click-wrap or other contract formation
> procedure is not expressly required by the OSL, but a Licensor who
You will be aware that people can enter into contracts *without*
signing a shred of paper. Offers, and acceptance can be by conduct also.
Not that I am disagreeing with you or the OSL just making sure that
every one is aware of the position of law.
Mahesh T Pai.
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