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Often, you will want to set out how a relationship will work. That can be done with your terms and conditions, which are effectively ground rules for a business relationship. Call us on 01925 351 350 to find out more about how we can help.
Why Do I Need Terms & Conditions?
You will often want to set out how a business relationship will work. Terms and conditions, sometimes called terms of service or a user agreement, set out details for a business relationship or service.
Terms and conditions help to give peace of mind, so that you know both you and your clients are on the same page. So, you both know what is expected of each other and you have some reference in case there is a disagreement or dispute.
What Should Be Included In Terms & Conditions?
We can help you ensure you have everything you need in your terms and conditions, as this may be dependent on what you’re offering. However, there are common points to be made that most T&C’s should include:
- Details of prices, products, and services
- Cancellation or termination policies
- Payment terms
- Details of warranties or liabilities
- Any other conditions you wish to impose
As well as making sure you have everything covered, you also need to implement your terms and conditions correctly. We can help with that too.
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Website Terms & Conditions
If you offer a service online, such as a web-based app, you will likely need terms of service very specific to your business.
You’ll need to set out expected and prohibited use of the website, privacy terms, and more that don’t necessarily apply to standard terms and conditions. But, we can help with that too. Get in touch to find our more.
Get Help from Chris Rudd Solicitors
So, if you need help drafting your terms and conditions, please get in touch. We can offer you clear, simple advice throughout the whole process.
You can call us on 01925 351 350 or fill out the form on our contact page.