On Your Terms

by | Mar 14, 2012 | Blog Posts

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The value of putting terms and conditions of business in place between any business and its clients is rarely appreciated until that business is involved in a dispute and the small print is put to the test.
Many businesses copy a competitor’s terms and conditions, failing to realise that these will never contain every bespoke legal and operational requirement of their business, or that this could even lead to a third party claim being brought against them.

Terms and conditions should be amongst the principle considerations of any business upon its incorporation, especially those operating websites.
Not only do they create a perceived ‘quality mark’ to clients. They are also an essential risk management tool, protecting the interests of the business by clarifying the contractual relationship between the business and its clients, and minimising its exposure to liabilities.

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