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Why does my online business need to have terms and conditions?
Website Terms & Conditions set out how users can access your online business. They are important to limit your liability, set rules by which users can access and use your website and provide other important protections, limitations, rights and responsibilities specific to your website and business.
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Website Terms & Conditions set out the rules people must follow when using your website. It includes protection for your IP and disclaimers to limit your liability. If you have a website, you definitely need one in place because the way people use information on your website is often out of your control, and having a simple disclaimer can help you limit your liability.
If you’re selling goods or services on your website, T&Cs are essential to secure payments and set customer expectations. There’s no standard type of Website Terms and Conditions because every business is different. There are multiple things that your business needs to be aware of, depending on factors such as the industry you’re in and whether you take online payment. Our expert business lawyers can draft your Website Terms and Conditions and ensure that they are tailored to your business’ requirements.
It is a legal notice which tells visitors, users or customers coming to your website that they have to agree to that notice to browse on your site, or use the products/services you offer.
Website Terms & Conditions protect you from claims by customers e.g. saying that they’ve suffered loss as a result of using the products or services you offer, or getting a virus from your website. It should cover most things that people come to do on your website, whether they are just visiting, purchasing, subscribing etc. The notice should also protect you from others copying things from your site.
There’s a chance that nothing bad could happen without Website Terms & Conditions. However, we want to prevent the other chances that something could happen. Besides, if you’re an eCommerce site, you will need one in any event.
It can prevent claims against things like online viruses, consequential loss and other things your notice covers you from.
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As an online law firm, we eliminate the headaches of paying us by the hour and finding time to meet with a lawyer in person. We communicate via phone, email and cloud conferencing — whichever suits you! We know you’re busy, so we’re only a click away. You’ll be guided through this process by our expert lawyers, who are Australian-qualified and were trained at leading law firms. They left the traditional corporate law sphere to help us make legal services better. Our lawyers specialise in technology, intellectual property, contract drafting, corporate and commercial law.
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