The world in now online, have your Ts&Cs covered
Running any business and creating a website is synonymous in today’s economy. Your websites T&C’s should be the last of your worries but they are very important
Protect your business, by protecting your website
Website Ts&Cs regulate the relationship between you, the site owner, and the users of your website. Customers can file a lawsuit against you if they can show they were wronged by a breach of your terms
Have online affordable access to all your Website T&C’s, in one place instantly 24/7
Websites that serve different purposes, require different T&C’s.
Making sure that all your T&C’s are up to date and appropriate to each website should not, however, be expensive nor should it involve downloading outdated, non-custom templates
"Website Terms and Conditions govern the use of a website by visitors, it’s about how the website should be used."
While it is not a requirement by law for you to have Website Terms and Conditions, ensuring that your users understand the limitations of how they can use any website content, including text, images, videos and music, helps to secure your intellectual property.
Included in your Website Terms and Conditions:
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