What are Website Terms & Conditions?
Website Terms and Conditions set out clear terms regarding the rules to which users are bound when visiting your website, provide important information regarding refunds and security, and are specifically targeted to protect your business when selling products or services online.
Limits Exposure to Liability
Allows a business to limit the amount and type of damages for which the business can be held legally responsible.
Protects a business from being bound by warranties or guarantees regarding a product or service.
Sets Terms for Disputes
Allows a business to control when, where, and how a dispute by a customer may be resolved.
Protects Intellectual Property
Allows a business to inform customers that the business is the owner of the intellectual property on the website.
Protects against Unforeseen Circumstances
Excuses a business from performing a service or supplying a product in cases caused by unforeseen circumstances.
Regulate User Behavior and Conduct
Allows a business to set the rules and guidelines customers must agree to follow in order to use and access the business’s website.
Who Needs Website Terms & Conditions?
All businesses selling products or services seeking to protect their business and limit the liability of their business should have website terms & conditions. Legal action does not discriminate based on the size of your company or revenue. Terms and conditions give you a blanket level of protection in case of a lawsuit. In 2018, small businesses paid 182 billion in legal costs for liability claims.
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Benefits to You
The primary benefit to you is that this contract is attorney-drafted by an award-winning lawyer. It is drafted in such a way that it helps to mitigate and limit liability for your business if a lawsuit were to occur. Lastly, this contract includes easily forgotten clauses like a Defined Permitted Conduct clause or a clear Indemnification clause.
1. Acceptance of Terms and Conditions
2. Order Acceptance and Cancellation
3. Payment Terms
4. Changes in Products and Pricing
5. Shipping and Return Policy
6. Advertising Disclaimer and Trademarks
7. Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability
8. Arbitration Agreement and Class Action Waiver
9. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) Notice
10. Privacy and Customer Information
11. Children and Data Collection
12. Email Communications
13. Short Message Service (SMS)
14. Service and Support
17. No Waiver
18. Force Majeure
19. Entire Agreement
21. Governing Law
Disclaimer: This legal contract template is attorney drafted and reviewed, however, there are no guarantees that this document will apply to, or protect your specific situation. Therefore, nothing in this legal contract template or any supporting documentation is legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is established by purchasing this legal contract template. If you have questions about specific terms of this contract template and whether it applies to your business, you should contact an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.