The licensor should refuse all warranties, except those expressly defined in the license agreement. If licensor does not express all other warranties, licensor may be liable that the licensed software does not conform to the market or use for which it is intended by the licensee. In the Enterprise licensing model, an enterprise can acquire a license that allows a number of user rights. In such a model, a well-crafted license would explain at least what constitutes a user, how users can be added and removed, what rights users have over different licenses, the costs of purchasing new users, and the costs of purchasing the original user group. However, decisions on the structure of each of these concepts depend entirely on the business model and product offering provided by the software company concerned. . . .