If your business is selling goods or services online, you will need to make sure that the terms and conditions that apply to the sales made through your website are user friendly and compliant with the huge amount of trading legislation that will apply. Unlike selling an item over the counter where the customer can inspect the item and raise any concerns with you beforehand, buying an item through a website is effectively buying that item at a distance without having the opportunity to physically inspect it. What could look great on a computer screen could be completely different in real life and the law recognises this problem which is why it’s important for your business to understand the legal 'dos and don’ts' of selling goods and services online.
Our team can guide you through the legislation that you will need to be aware of when selling goods and services online. We will be delighted to prepare your new website terms and conditions for a competitive fixed fee, so why not contact us for more information.
The way we can search for information and share it online is developing everyday thanks to the rapid changes in technology and internet access. Staying in control of how your website visitors use and interact with your website will be key in order to avoid your website being used inappropriately. This can often lead to costly consequences in the future.
A Website User Agreement will set out what can and can’t happen when a visitor uses your website. It’s unlikely that you would want your website to contain a link to a malicious or inappropriate website that could cause harm to your other website visitors or a derogatory comment in a forum you may be hosting. Legally obliging the visitor not to do this will be important, along with ensuring that the intellectual property relating to your website is clearly identified and protected from copycats. We will be delighted to prepare your Website User Agreement for a competitive fixed fee, so please contact us for more information.