All Escrow London agreements contain a dispute resolution clause. The purpose of this clause is to allow the developer to challenge any of the alleged event omissions. If the dispute could not be resolved, Escrow appointed an independent arbitrator in London. The sole purpose of the arbitrator is to determine whether or not a delay event occurred at the time of service of the application for authorization. If the provider leaves the company, the fiduciary agent can easily verify this fact and should not object to the delivery of the source code to the user. The source code trust service takes place in a contractual relationship formalized in a source code trust agreement, between at least three parties: To decide which Escrow software provider it should use, the following factors are important: how long is it in the store, where it finds your materials, what is its legal expertise, what is their technical expertise, and how much can you manage the trust service. Trust agreements generally require the provider to file updated versions of the source code with the fiduciary agent when the software is reviewed to ensure that the source code held in the trust account is kept up to date. This sounds pretty reasonable, but it sometimes raises practical problems. Neither the software company nor the licensee should waste time, effort and money on a fiduciary service if it is not necessary.