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A well structured Terms and Conditions Agreement is really important to your website. It sets out the rules of use and the responsibilities of your users when navigating your website.

It also provides important information regarding refunds, cookies, security and much more.
Your users will need to agree to this contract in order to use your website. So making sure it covers all of your needs is our job.

At Privacy Terms our goal is to provide you with an extremely cost effective legal document so that you feel confident that your website is covered.
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Terms & Conditions Agreements reduce Legal Liability

Digital products and services are becoming more common and therefore the need to have a Terms and Conditions Agreement on your website has become essential. Our Terms and Conditions Agreement is customizable to suit your requirements.


Establish a legal contract between your website and your users.


Limit or exclude liability in relation to the use of the website


Protect your intellectual property rights

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Clauses Included in Our Terms and Conditions Agreement

  • users rights and responsibilities
  • confidentiality
  • security
  • disclaimer
  • limitation of liability
  • termination
  • refund policy
  • cookies
  • external links
  • intellectual property rights
  • copyright
  • communication
  • force majeure
  • notification of changes

Elements of an Enforceable Contract

  1. The offer
  2. Acceptance
  3. Consideration
  4. Competence/Capacity
  5. Mutual Consent
  6. Legality
  7. Written

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Frequently Asked Questions

⭐️ What are Terms and Conditions?

A Terms and Conditions Agreement is a legal contract between the website or business owner and the user. It may also be know as Terms of Service.

⭐️ Are Terms and Conditions required by law?

Terms and Conditions, unlike Privacy Policies, are not a legal requirement however it is advisable to have them. They help minimise legal liability and protect your content amongst other things.

⭐️ Why do I need a Terms and Conditions Agreement?

There are many reasons that a terms and conditions agreement is useful. Here are a few of the main reasons:

1. Limit Liability: by having a Terms and Conditions Agreement in place you reduce the chances of legal action being taken against your website. Read our article Are Terms and Conditions Legally Binding? to find out how to help make your Terms and Conditions enforceable.
2. Outline Users Rights and Responsibilities: a Terms and Conditions Agreement allows you to outline acceptable usage of your website as well as accountability of the rules are not followed and arbitration in case of disputes. Without the agreement how will you enforce these rules?
3. Protect Your Content: including an intellectual property rights and copyright clause in your Terms and Conditions agreement helps protect the content of your website. Your users are agreeing not to reproduce, sell or distribute your content without first obtaining consent from you.
4. Helps Prevent Abuse: When you have a Terms and Conditions Agreement in place, you have the ability to enforce your policies and determine whether there has been a breach of contract or not. Without the terms and conditions agreement there are no policies for your users to adhere to.
5. Promote Trust: a website with a Terms and Conditions Agreement in place promotes greater trust and confidence in your users. Your website has a higher level of professionalism.

⭐️ What is included in a Terms and Conditions Agreement?

The Terms and Conditions Agreement needs to include clauses relevant to the type of business you are running. Some clauses that will need to be included are:
1. Acceptable use
2. The rights and responsibilities of the user
3. Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights
4. Refund Policy
5. Cookies
6. Links to and from your website
7. Limitation of Liability

⭐️ Are Terms and Conditions the same as a Privacy Policy?

Although they are both legal agreements between the website and user, a Terms and Conditions Agreement is not the same as a Privacy Policy.
The Terms and Conditions Agreement helps to protect your business where as a Privacy Policy outlines how and why your collect personal data from your users and where this data is stored.

⭐️Can I join my Terms and Conditions agreement and my Privacy Policy?

As both of these Agreements deal with different subject matter, it is not advisable to create a joint Privacy Policy/Terms and Conditions agreement. For one, this would be a very long document for your users to read and agree to and secondly the privacy Policy is required by law where as the terms and conditions agreement is not.

⭐️ Where should I put my Terms and Conditions Agreement?

Your Terms and Conditions should be placed in a noticeable location on your website. Most websites add them as a hyperlink (a link to another web page) in the footer, however this is not ideal as it is required that your terms and conditions be conspicuous.
There are two ways in which you can display your terms and conditions agreement so they may be most likely to be enforceable. These are:

1. A Clickwrap Agreement: This form of agreement includes a click box or check box, which must be clicked on by the user indicating that they have read and agree to the websites Terms and Conditions before they can proceed any further on the website.
2. A Browsewrap Agreement: This type of agreement doesn't require any action on behalf of the user but instead indicates that by usage of the website the terms and conditions are agreed to. The hyperlink to the website's Terms and Conditions should be very conspicuous, must take the user directly to the Terms and Conditions Agreement and clearly state that by continuing to use the website and it's services, the user is agreeing to the Terms and Conditions.


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What is a DMCA Notice and why you need it in your Terms and Conditions

DMCA stands for Digital Millennium Copyright Act. It is a United States copyright law that was passed on the 12th October 1998. It integrated two World Intellectual Property Organization Treaties to amend the copyrights law, these were the WIPO Copyright Treaty and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty. The law also exempted online service providers […]

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How to Create Your Legal Documents with the privacyterms.io Generators

At privacyterms.io, we have three professional generators. A Privacy Policy Generator, a Terms and Conditions Generator and a Disclaimer Generator. We also offer two basic generator options for the Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions. Our Disclaimer generator is a combination of both, where you have the option to generate either a completely free […]

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Do You Need Terms and Conditions for Blogs?

You may be wondering whether or not you require a terms and conditions agreement for your blog? The Terms and Conditions Agreement serves many purposes and as a blog owner there are some that are specifically helpful to you. All blogs should have a terms and conditions agreement, (also known as a terms of service agreement) […]

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Are Terms and Conditions Legally Binding?

At some point most of us have clicked on the "I Agree" check box, indicating that we have read and agreed to the Terms and Conditions of a website. Are these terms and conditions actually legally binding? Yes, Terms and Conditions are legally binding as long as they are presented to the user in an […]

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8 Reasons You Need a Terms and Conditions Agreement

These 8 reasons you need a Terms and Conditions agreement are extremely important reasons to consider when creating your Terms and Conditions, also known as terms of service, agreement. Terms and Conditions are not a legal requirement of a website, like your privacy policy, but that's not a reason you should ignore having them. Terms […]

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