Part 2 – What do I need in my Terms & Conditions?
There is no "one size fits all" solution to what goes in your terms & conditions. As I mentioned in my previous article, one of the key first steps in creating your terms & conditions is for the business and the solicitor to have a discussion about your products and needs. The following is therefore a general guide of the types of issues that should be dealt with in most sets of terms & conditions.
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