Terms & Conditions for Websites
Because a Terms and Conditions agreement is the agreement where you inform the users of your website about the rules, terms and guidelines that they need to follow in order to use and access your website, a Terms and Conditions agreement has become extremely important.
While it's not required by any laws currently (but third-parties such as Facebook may require it), through a Terms and Conditions you can maintain your rights to exclude certain users that may abuse your website or do not follow the rules you set.
It doesn't really matter what kind of platform your website uses:
- Joomla, Drupal
- And so on
If you don't have this agreement for your website yet, use the Generator to create it!
Terms & Conditions for Ecommerce Stores
A Terms and Conditions could legally protect your ecommerce store. It is in this type of legal agreement where you set the rules that your customers would follow during a purchase and limit your liability in the event that your products fail.
Terms & Conditions for Mobile Apps
The Terms and Conditions agreement can act as a legal contract between you, the mobile app owner or developer, and the users of your app. Like a Terms and Conditions for a website, this agreement for a mobile app would set the rules and terms that users must follow in order to use your app.
Here are a couple of reasons why you'll want to have a Terms and Conditions for a mobile app:
- You can stop abusive users from using your app.
- You can terminate or block accounts at your sole discretion.
- Liability to users will be limited.
- And many more.
If you don't have this agreement for your mobile app yet, use the Generator to create it!
Terms & Conditions for SaaS apps
There are multiple reasons why SaaS businesses would want to have a Terms and Conditions as a legally binding agreement between the company and the customers accessing and using the app on a regular basis.
Think of the Terms and Conditions as a legal contract that the SaaS company and its customers are signing together: the terms and rules as set in the agreement will govern the access to the app.
Here's why you'll want this agreement if you're developing a SaaS app:
- If a paying customer didn't pay yet, you can block or suspend access of that user to the app.
- If your app allows user-generated content to be posted publicly and users start posting infringed content, you can retain your right to remove any content that infringes copyright.
- You can choose to include arbitration clauses.
- And meny more
If you don't have this agreement for your SaaS app yet, use the Generator to create it!
Terms & Conditions Facebook Apps & Pages
A Terms and Conditions URL is asked by the Facebook team when you are submitting your Facebook app for review. While the agreement isn't mandatory by law, Facebook asks for the URL to your Terms and Conditions at the "Contact Info" section.
It's beneficial to have a Terms and Conditions for your app before you submit it to the review process as you can outline what users must do or cannot do to access and continue to access your Facebook app once it is live.