Articles: Terms & Conditions (3)

Terms and Conditions for Freelancers

Freelancers all over the world are familiar with the "feast or famine" experience. Whether you're a writer, designer, photographer, or some other solo artist, you know that you...

"Rules for Using our Site or Service" Clauses

While a Terms and Conditions agreement isn't a legal requirement for your website, we strongly recommend having one to protect your website, your service, and your users. A Terms...

"Disclaimer of Warranties" and "Limitation of Liability" Clause

A Terms and Conditions agreement can help protect you against a wide variety of legal actions, from litigious users and customers. Having one isn't legally required, but it can...

What Should a Terms and Conditions Agreement Include?

Most business websites today have a Terms and Conditions agreement. These can also be known as "Terms of Use" and "Terms of Service" agreements, and are often used...

Terms & Conditions for Dropshipping

If you're the owner of a dropshipping store, you may not know that your website should have a Terms and Conditions agreement (T&C). It's not a legal requirement,...

Legal Considerations Before Launching a New Website

Are you launching a new website? Whether it's a simple blog, an ecommerce store, or a community message board, you must consider your legal position. From privacy to consumer...