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Agreement shields you from liability related to losses and damages people claim
in conjunction with using a website you build.
This Terms and Conditions Agreement outlines the limits of your liability for losses
or damages incurred by website visitors associated with the site’s content. Terms
of Use Contracts typically state that the site creator does not vouch for the completeness
or accuracy of information included in the site and outline copyright and trademark
protections the site has.
Included in this free sample Terms and Conditions Agreement are the following sections:
As you secure new clients and launch new projects, you can modify this sample contract
to accommodate specifications and circumstances specific to those projects.
Growing Your Business? Make Sure You Have the Right Contracts!
Every time you introduce a new product, service, or employee, you expose your business
to new risks. Contracts help you minimize those risks by limiting your legal liability
in a variety of situations. Find more
free sample legal contracts via TechInsurance or browse a library of 20
downloadable contracts available for purchase through ContractEdge.com.
Risk management goes beyond the contracts you use. Every time your business changes,
consider reviewing your liability insurance to verify that you’re protected for
the new risks those changes introduce. Your TechInsurance agent can help you determine
whether your current policies need to be updated to ensure that you’re covered for
all the ways you serve your clients.
*The forms included in this product are intended for reference and informational
purposes only. These forms are not intended to be used to address a specific legal
need you may have without the review of a knowledgeable authority. The specific
circumstances of your legal situation may require modifications to the forms included
in this product or may result in a particular form being poorly suited to your need
due to the specifics of your situation. Additionally, these forms were written based
on general legal principles existing at a specific point in time. The laws may have
changed since these forms were written or the law of your specific jurisdiction
may require consideration of issues not addressed in these documents or may require
a different approach to the problem than is used here. Because we cannot decide
whether any particular form is appropriate for your legal needs with or without
modification, these forms should not be used as a replacement for seeking help from
a licensed attorney should you believe such assistance to be appropriate.
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