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  • Resolved anant01


    I do not get the legal information for specific content with envato elements “Template Kits for Elementor”. As we can not find any info which is understandable without a lawyer.
    How is the status with images within Template Kit for Elementor on license?
    Please see Terms and Conditions for more information does not help at all, so we urge to not make no use of any envato items for public.

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  • This is curious…I was just looking for some answers to the image licensing…it’s very vague.

    Plugin Author Aaron Rutley


    Hey @wyohost,

    Here’s an answer from our old FAQs (I’ll see if we can update our FAQs to make this clearer)

    How are the templates licensed?*

    We grant you a limited license to make use of any of the templates you have imported, as described below.

    You are permitted to:
    – import, customise and use the templates;
    – use the templates in a project created on behalf of a client (remember, that client will be bound by the terms of this license);
    – use the templates to create website that are for commercial purposes; and
    – combine the templates with other works to form a derivative work (the resultant works are subject to the terms of this license).

    However, you’re not permitted to:
    – re-distribute any of the templates or template kits ‘as is’ (even if free of charge);
    – re-distribute any modified versions or derivatives of the templates or template kits as stock;
    – use any of the templates in any automated ‘website builder’ type of tool or any other application allowing an end user to create a website as part of an ‘on demand’, ‘made to order’ or ‘build it yourself’ service; or
    – register or claim copyright ownership in any templates or template kits (including where modified).

    We may terminate your license immediately if you breach the terms of this license.

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