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Are you confused by complex legal jargon or unsure if your terms and conditions truly protect your business? You’re not alone. Terms & Conditions are the foundation of your relationship with clients and customers, yet they’re often overlooked or poorly drafted.

Get Legal Advice can help you with this critical legal aspect and ensure your T&Cs are working for you.

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Bulletproof terms and conditions

Every single business, whether you’re an individual, SME or a global corporation needs ironclad terms and conditions.

Terms and conditions provide you with security, whilst also protecting you against common pitfalls.

Our specialist terms and conditions lawyers are experts in recognising risks and designing bespoke, watertight terms and conditions that will be adaptable and efficient for the growth of your business.

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Watertight Employment T&Cs: Protect Your Business and Your Employees

We understand the unique needs of businesses. Here’s how we can help:

1. Watertight Protection

Our T&C lawyers will review them with a keen eye for potential risks, ensuring they’re legally sound and protect your business interests.

2. Clarity & Transparency

Your T&Cs should be clear and easy for your clients or customers to understand. We only use language that’s both legally compliant and user-friendly.

3. Adaptability for Growth

As your business evolves, your T&Cs should too. We can help design them to adapt to your changing needs and industry best practices.

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Tools & Expertise for Bulletproof T&Cs

Get Legal Advice offers a suite of resources to help you with the complexities of Terms and Conditions law.

Don’t leave your business exposed. Get Legal Advice can help you create strong, watertight employment T&Cs with the tools and expert support you need.

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Employment Law T&Cs Toolkit

Empower yourself with our free Employment Law T&Cs Toolkit. This resource provides clear and easy-to-use templates, expert guides, and step-by-step checklists.

Ask a Lawyer: Your Employment T&Cs Questions Answered

Have specific questions about your existing T&Cs or need help tailoring them to your unique business needs? Our “Ask a Lawyer” feature is here to help. Submit your questions online and receive clear, concise answers from our experienced employment law team – all at no cost.

Free Consultation with an Employment Law Expert

Sometimes, you need personalised guidance. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our employment law experts. Discuss your specific situation and T&C concerns in detail. They can provide tailored advice and recommendations to ensure your business is fully protected.

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What are terms and conditions for?

The terms and conditions, also known as T&Cs, lay out the rights and responsibilities of anyone using and interacting with a website.

They also set out the conditions under which you sell products or services to customers. Terms and conditions can be referred to by customers who want to take action against a website/business, or by the business itself if a customer has breached those terms and conditions.

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Cover yourself

Even if they’re not read, you need to have it all in writing to cover yourself if an issue comes up.

Terms and conditions can vary depending on the type of business you have and the services you sell.

A typical terms and conditions will usually include:

  • Copyright
  • Country of governance
  • Modification clauses
  • Price fluctuation disclaimer
  • Product description disclaimer
  • Returns and refund policies
  • How and when payments are to be made
  • When a service or product will be delivered
  • Legal options for missed or delayed payments
  • Limits to liabilities
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Experience & expertise

At Get Legal Advice, we understand that your business needs will be unique which is why consulting with a terms and conditions lawyer is essential. Our experienced and expert commercial law firm knows how to ask the right questions that will allow us to craft a bulletproof terms and conditions contract that has your best interests at heart.

We work with you not for you and we can help you establish crucial aspects of the legal relationships you have with your customers and clients.

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Terms and conditions FAQs

Why Are Terms and Conditions Important?

Terms and conditions are important because they set clear expectations and guidelines for both the business and the customer, helping to prevent misunderstandings and disputes. They also protect your business by limiting liability, ensuring compliance with laws, and providing a framework for resolving conflicts.

Do you need a lawyer to write terms and conditions?

You can write your own terms and conditions. However, a qualified terms and conditions lawyer will be able to use their knowledge and foresight to spot potential pitfalls or holes in your terms and conditions.

Qualified terms and conditions solicitors will be able to help you create watertight terms and conditions that protect your business.

Can I copy terms and conditions?

Copying another businesses’ terms and conditions is not only an infringement of copyright, but is also unlikely to protect your business in any legal standing.

Terms and conditions should be tailored to address areas that are unique to the product or service you sell and the direct relationship you have with visitors or customers on your website.

What is the difference between terms and conditions and privacy policies?

Business owners that gather, store or process personal data in any way are legally obliged to have a privacy policy under EU GDPR rules and regulations. The main aim of a privacy policy is to provide users with transparency over how their personal data is being used.

Although terms and conditions aren’t required by law, they are very important for protecting your business interests. They are critical to outlining to the customer what is legally required by them if they buy a product or service for you.

If your business doesn’t have terms and conditions, your legal standing in any disputes could be compromised.

Why are terms and conditions so long?

In short, they have a lot to cover. Typically, terms and conditions will include the following:

  • Copyright
  • Country of governance
  • Modification clauses
  • Price fluctuation disclaimer
  • Product description disclaimer
  • Returns and refund policies
  • How and when payments are to be made
  • When a service or product will be delivered
  • Legal options for missed or delayed payments
  • Limits to liabilities

They also need to be written in a way that covers all grounds comprehensively to ensure your business isn’t open to abuse.

Does a Contract Have to Be in Writing?

A contract does not have to be in writing to be legally binding; verbal agreements can also be enforceable. However, written contracts with Terms and Conditions are preferable because they provide clear evidence of the terms agreed upon, reducing the likelihood of misunderstandings and disputes.

What Are the Risks of Not Using Terms and Conditions?

The risks of not using terms and conditions include increased potential for disputes, misunderstandings, and legal issues. Without clear terms, there may be ambiguity about each party’s responsibilities and rights, leading to conflicts and potential financial losses.

Do I Need a Lawyer for Terms and Conditions?

You do not necessarily need a lawyer for terms and conditions, but consulting one is advisable. A lawyer can help ensure that the terms are legally sound, comprehensive, and tailored to your specific business needs, reducing the risk of legal issues in the future.

Do Terms and Conditions Need to Be Written by a Lawyer?

Terms and conditions do not need to be written by a lawyer, but it is highly recommended. A lawyer can provide expertise in drafting terms that are clear, enforceable, and compliant with relevant laws, which can help protect your business from potential legal problems.