Im using the font Avenir and Avenir Next commercially, for books, videos and stuff like that. Im making this on a Mac computer, using creative cloud programs like Premiere Pro, Photoshop and Indesign, which Im paying monthly. Off course I expect that these licences keeps me covered and that I can use the Avenir fonts (which comes preinstalled and appears in the programs). But just to double check, what do you say?
Neither of these font families are installed by any Adobe software. Nor are they part of the Adobe Fonts cloud-based font service. If they are installed on your system as part of the operating system (as I believe they are), of course, they are seen and may be used in Adobe applications.
Your rights to use those fonts is covered by the EULA for those fonts which if provided by the OS provider (Apple in this case), would be available from them. The EULA provides specific information as to how you may use such fonts. It isn't an Adobe issue in any way.
Thank you for your answer Dov. You are right, it comes as part of the the operating system. Thanks again