Terms and Conditions of Business
What Terms and Conditions of Business Services do we provide?
- Advising on what terms and conditions are required
- Reviewing existing terms and conditions
- Negotiating and drafting terms and conditions
- Advising on procedures to ensure that your terms and conditions and incorporated into your trading activities
Call 0330 912 8338 to have a no-obligation chat with our expert Commercial Contracts Team. They’ll be happy to talk through the process with you, explain what we do, and answer any questions you have.
Alternatively, you can email us with your query and we’ll help in any way we can.
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Terms and Conditions of Business FAQs
What are Terms and Conditions of Business?
Terms and Conditions of Business are an agreement that is created and must be signed by all clients before and goods or services are provided that outlines the way in which they can be used and the rights that the business reserves in terms of cancelling the services or goods that they were providing.
What should be included in a Terms and Conditions of Business?
All businesses are different and require a tailored Terms and Conditions to be fully protected from any untoward actions that could damage their brand. However, a basic one usually includes:
- Scope of Services/Products
- Ordering Process
- Returns and Refunds
- Intellectual Property
- Limitation of Liability
- Privacy and Data Protection
- Termination Information
- Governing Law and Jurisdiction
- Entire Agreement
- Contact Information
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