It is worth ensuring that customers not only have to read your terms and conditions, but also have to agree to them by clicking on a button, before they can proceed with a purchase.
Lander recommends that your terms and conditions should be on the back of every quote, invoice and purchase order.
You are advised to read these terms and conditions carefully; this will help ensure that they contain everything you require and that there is nothing within them that you are not prepared to agree to.
It will define the contract, delivery, legal liability and indemnities,” adds Lander.
The term 'you' refers to the user or viewer of our website.
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This guide is divided into 2 sections: a Quick Guide with the top 5 FAQs and then the Complete Guide with answers to every question you might have about How to Write Terms and Conditions for Your Website.
All of these types of websites need to post Terms and Conditions.