Jocelyn Mackie - Page 9

Former civil litigation attorney. Content legal strategist at TermsFeed.

Return and Refund Laws in the U.S.

While the U.S. does not have federal laws affecting returns and refunds, it's still a good idea to have a Return & Refund Policy, and it will be required in some states if you wish to have control over the terms of your policy. U.S. state laws do not require a...

Clauses for Privacy Policy

Your website and mobile app requires a Privacy Policy throughout most of the world. You cannot avoid doing business in the U.S. without coming across the California Online Privacy Protection Act or the Child Online Privacy Protection Act. The U.K., Canada, and Australia laws also require Privacy Policies. As a business, you're subject...

Clauses for Terms & Conditions

Your Terms & Conditions (T&C), can be called Terms of Use or Terms of Service, but no matter the title of your agreement, this agreement contains all the rules between you and the users who are using your website or app. You want your Terms & Conditions agreement to be complete...

Time limits for Return & Refund Policy

Even if you run a successful e-commerce or retail business, there will be customers who are dissatisfied with their purchase. A Return and Refund Policy offers them a remedy when they face these situations. It helps your business bottom line too by showing that you care. Your policy also affects your...

How to Decline Refunds by Email

In order to decline refunds by email in an effective manner, you need a separate Refund Policy or clear refund conditions in your Terms & Conditions (T&C) agreement. This article will help you tailor your Refund Policy (or create one) so that it addresses this issue by using the most effective...

How to License Software

Your choice of a license agreement for software application depends on on what you wish to grant to a user. While most software apps only use the End-User License Agreement (EULA), there are open source licenses that give users more discretion on how they use a software's code. This article is...