Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions agreements act as a legal convention/contract between you. No laws necessitate you to have one. Not yet the super-strict and wide-reaching General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Terms and Conditions agreement is the deal that includes the terms, the rules and guidelines of acceptable activities and the guidelines of acceptable behavior and other useful sections to which users must have the same opinion in order to use or access your website and mobile app.

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What to Include in Terms and Conditions

In your terms and conditions you should include rules and guidelines on how users can contact and use website and Mobile App.

Benefits of having a Terms and Conditions agreement  

There are a lot of benefits of having terms and conditions but the most and important benefit is that you maintain the highest level of control over your website

Your agreement is where you are able to list your policies when it comes to the use of your website. There is also possibility to maintain the right to terminate abusive accounts disclaim warranties and maximize your liability.

There are also many benefits for your users as well. Your Terms and Conditions agreement makes it clear to your users what you imagine from them. What they are not permitted to do with your website or service. Also, how they must handle certain situations such as arbitration and canceling their own accounts.  

Without a agreement your rules and necessities won’t be made public and provided to your users. It means that your users may catch advantage of your “lawless” policy. It may create this kind of tensions, that you may get bombarded with questions from users asking about things that would otherwise be included in your Terms and Conditions agreement.

Clauses that should be in your Terms and Conditions agreement

Some clauses are definite to certain type of businesses and won’t be found in all agreement. For example, you won’t need a clause about subscription payment terms if you don’t offer paid subscriptions about any purpose. In general, almost every Terms and Conditions agreement should consist of the following clauses:

  • Introduction
  • Right to make changes in the agreement 
  • Always use guidelines (rules, restrictions, requirements etc)
  • Copyright issues and intellectual property
  • Governing laws and rules
  • Warranty disclaimer
  • Limitation of liability
  •  Termination of accounts
  • Contact information