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Why do I need terms and conditions?
Terms and conditions documents (also called “terms of service”) aren’t required by law, but it’s often a good idea to provide one. Some platforms and organisations may even request you make one available before you can work with them.
A statement of terms and conditions cover the expectations and agreements between you and your users. They may govern fees and charges, codes of conduct, content and intellectual property licensing, any limitations of the services you provide, any limitations of liability, and other matters within the scope of how you and another party engage each other.
Why and when do I need terms and conditions?
When it comes to the terms and conditions for your website or mobile app, the short answer is… you don’t technically need them. Most of the time, site owners and users behave in a fair and reasonable fashion, making your terms and conditions statements redundant.
However, when unusual circumstances arise — such as those involving abuse, unlawful access, inappropriate conduct, intellectual property theft or unlawful behaviour — having your terms and conditions published in an easily accessible place may offer basic protections for you and your business.
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