The Grant of License clause in software license agreements defines the software and the nature of the license. In addition, the clause will typically define: (a) the mode of use; (b) the platform on which the software may be used; and (c) the purpose for which it may be used. In many cases, usage rights and usage restrictions typically are further described in separate provisions.
1. Grant of License. The Licensor grants to Licensee a Licensee a limited, nonexclusive license [royalty-free], [non-transferable], [non-sublicensable], [non-commercial], and [non-assignable] to use the [Software]:
1.1. solely in executable or [object code] [machine-readable] form
1.2. on a single computer [on a single server] [on up to the number of computers or servers as authorized in this Agreement]
1.3. for your personal and non-commercial use.
1.1. Definition of Software. In this agreement, "Software" means the software in [object code][source code] form described in Schedule A.
1.2. Grant of License. The Licensor grants to Licensee a Licensee a limited, non-transferable, royalty-free license to use the Software in accordance with the terms of this agreement.