Why do I need terms and conditions for my website?

There is no legal requirement to have them in place, however they set out the rules for using your website. It’s a smart thing to include as they can limit your liability should a customer take you to court, as well as protect your rights to the content. Considering a court will look at your website terms to determine the contractual terms between you and the customer, you’ll want to take this page seriously enough for it to hold up in court. The specific content included in varies based on your business and website type. Of course if yours is an e-commerce site you will need terms and conditions to cover the sales.

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