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Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) are a set of legal terms defined by a website owner. They establish the terms and conditions that regulate the activities of visitors and the relationship between visitors and the website owner.

Terms must be established according to the specific needs and nature of each site. For example, a website that offers products to customers involving e-commerce transactions must have terms that are different from the terms of a website that only offers information.

The terms give the website owner the ability to protect themselves in the event of potential legal exposure.

In general, what needs to be addressed in the Terms and Conditions?


  1. Who can use the website; what are the requirements to create an account (if relevant)

  2. Important business terms offered to customers

  3. Payment methods (Credit/debit cards, PayPal, Bank slip, etc.)

  4. Safeguarding the right to modify the offer

  5. Guarantees and liability for services and products

  6. Ownership of intellectual property, copyrights and logos

  7. Right to suspend or cancel member accounts

  8. Indemnity

  9. Limitation of liability

  10. Right to change and modify the Terms

  11. Applicable law and resolution of demands

  12. Contact information

Check out this support article to learn more about creating a Terms and Conditions page.

The explanations and information provided here are general examples only. Do not rely on this article as legal advice or recommendations about what you should actually do. We recommend that you seek legal advice if you need help understanding and creating your Terms.

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