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Terms and Conditions

The general terms and conditions ("Terms") are a set of legal terms and conditions established by the owner of a website. They describe the terms and conditions that apply to the activities of the visitors to the said website and the relationship between the website visitors and the website owner.

The terms should be determined based on the specific needs and nature of each website. For example, a website that offers e-commerce products to customers needs different terms and conditions than a website that only provides information.

The terms and conditions offer the website owner the opportunity to protect themselves against possible legal claims

What should be covered in general terms in your general terms and conditions?


  1. Who may use your website; what are the conditions for creating an account (if relevant)

  2. The most important commercial conditions offered to customers

  3. Payment methods (Credit and Debit Card, PayPal, Offline Payments, etc.)

  4. Reservation of the right to change an offer

  5. Warranties and responsibilities regarding services and products

  6. Legal basis of intellectual property, copyrights and logos

  7. Right to suspend or cancel member accounts

  8. Disclaimer

  9. Limitation of Liabilities

  10. Right to change and modify the terms and conditions

  11. Preference for Law and Dispute Resolution

  12. Contact details

In this supporting article you will receive more information about how to put together general terms and conditions.

However, the explanations and information provided herein only concern general and high-quality explanations, information and examples. You should not interpret this article as legal advice or as recommendations about what you should actually do. We recommend that you seek legal advice to gain insight and to assist you in drafting your terms and conditions.

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