website terms and conditions of use policies: not required, but why you may want to include one anyway on your website
Some of the most basic provisions in a terms and conditions of use policy include:
While there is a good amount of free material online which you may use to jumpstart your draft of a terms and conditions of use policy for your website, it is prudent to seek the advice of counsel. Counsel can either draft the terms and conditions of use policy for you based on your specific business/website needs; or at the very least, review your draft of your business’ terms and conditions of use policy.
Smith Shapourian & Mignano, LLP is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding your business website’s terms and conditions of use policy, as well as to litigate any disputes arising out of the policy. Please contact us for a consultation.
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