- E-commerce stores
- Mobile apps
- Facebook applications
- Desktop apps
- SaaS apps
To Prevent Abuse
To Enforce Ownership of Your Content
To Establish Governing Law
To Terminate Accounts
Termination clauses are for websites that have a registration and login. It may be for a message board, or tool or anything else you choose for users to access by logging in. If the user is not compliant, you can terminate their account.
To Limit Liability
These clauses serve to notify the user that you, as the site owner, cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions or for information that is not complete, or “Suitable for any purpose.”
Inform users about your acceptable payment terms
Update users about new or existing shipping policies
State your policy on returns, refunds policies, and more.
Due to the importance of this document, working with a lawyer to draft it or at least review it after it is drafted, gives you the best chance of decreasing risk and liability.
Ensure that is covers you legally but is easy for visitors to understand.
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