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Terms & Conditions

The Terms and Conditions ("Terms") are a set of legal terms defined by the owner of the website. These establish the terms and conditions applicable to the activities of visitors on the website and the relationship between website visitors and the owner of the website.

Terms must be determined according to the specific needs and nature of each website. For example, a website offering products to customers via e-commerce requires different Terms than an informational website.    

The terms provide the website owner with the ability to protect themselves from potential exposure to legal risk.

What should you generally cover in your Terms and Conditions?

  1. Who can use your website; what are the account creation requirements (if applicable)

  2. Key Business Terms offered to customers

  3. Payment Methods (Credit / Debit Cards, PayPal, Offline Payments, etc.)

  4. Retention of the right to change the offer

  5. Warranty and liability for services and products

  6.  Who owns intellectual property rights, copyrights and logos

  7. Rights to suspend or cancel a member account

  8. Compensation

  9.  Limitation of Liability

  10. Rights to change and modify these Terms

  11. Preferred Governing Law and Dispute Resolution

  12. Contact informations

More information on how to create a Terms and Conditions page can be found herearticle.

The explanations and information provided in this document are general explanations, information and examples only. You should not rely on this article as legal advice or as a recommendation as to what you should actually do. We recommend that you seek legal advice for a better understanding and assistance in creating your own Terms and Conditions.

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