SourceTree License type & terms

Hi, I would like to use sourcetree for windows at work. My company requires each software to go through a legal review. To do so, I need to have the text of the software license agreement. Simply stating that its free is not enough. Where can I find this EULA? Also who should be listed as the Vendor--presumably Atlassian?

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It is free. Please see here: http://sourcetreeapp.com/faq/

If you would like to see EULA, you can get it by http://www.sourcetreeapp.com/register/

You can see the license after login.

EULA says I have to pay for it after 30 days, but that means you have to register after 30 days, but the registration has been free since Atlassian acquired SourceTree in late 2011.

So the conclusion is it is free!!!

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