Using Domain name in EULA of a software rather than my name in the Licensor field


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I intend to sell a software solution.I have already registered a domain but i dont have a registered company.Can i use my website/domain name eg:myproduct.com for the licensor field in the EULA rather than using
myname.I will renew my domain yearly is there a problem with this.Do you know any software companies that work like this.Im confused about the users point of view will they find it a bit different.
Please help me out.

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asked Apr 6 '12 at 13:37
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User17330
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What you have is a doing business as (DBA) situation. You own the business (you are the business) and your name is myname . The customer is licensing the software from myname . You also have the situation where you would like to use some other name for your business when dealing with the public and licensing the software, right now that name is somedomain.com . So what you have is myname doing business as somedomain.com .

That is perfectly fine. Depending on where you are located you may need to file a DBA certificate with the appropriate governmental authority.

answered Apr 6 '12 at 13:57
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Jonny Boats
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