Marketplace Terms & Conditions
Our team of experienced lawyers can assist you with drafting Marketplace Terms & Conditions for your business.
Marketplace T&Cs set out the terms and conditions by which users can access your online marketplace. They are important to limit your liability, set expectations about the services you provide and include other important protections, limitations, rights and responsibilities specific to your business.
As a marketplace, you’ll often want to make sure you remain a passive intermediary, and not be liable for things that happen on your platform that are not in your control. However, this can be complex from a legal perspective and it will require a careful analysis on how the features of your platform are designed.
It’s a good idea to get a lawyer to consider your situation and draft your terms and conditions that is tailored to your platform.
We have a range of fixed fee Marketplace Terms & Conditions Packages. Get started now!
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