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(1) Link to https://termsfeed.com/terms-conditions/generator/
A Terms and Conditions (1) agreement is the
agreement that users must agree to in order to
use or access your website and mobile app.
It includes the terms, the rules and the guidelines
of behavior you’ll accept on your website and/or
It can also include other useful sections that you
want to include.
It’s you who decides what rules and
guideline users must follow in order to
use your website or app.
they abuse your website/app
they do not follow the rules
they spam other users
and so on
Think of your Terms and Conditions agreement as the
contract where you maintain your rights to remove
users from your website/app in the event that:
WordPress blogs or blogs on any kind of platform:
Joomla!, Drupal etc.
Mobile apps: iOS, Android or Windows phone
Facebook apps (2)
SaaS apps (3)
(2) Link to https://termsfeed.com/blog/facebook-terms-of-service-login-details-app-details/
(3) Link to https://termsfeed.com/blog/terms-use-privacy-policy-saas-applications/
A Limit What Users Can Do clause.
Here’s an example from
500px’ (4) Terms and
(4) Link to https://500px.com/terms
The Intellectual Property clause.
(5) Link to http://www.bbc.co.uk/terms/personal.shtml#4
Here’s how the Terms and Conditions of BBC (5)
uses this clause:
SurveyMonkey (6) uses a Termination clause in their
Terms and Conditions agreement.
(6) Link to https://www.surveymonkey.com/mp/policy/terms-of-use/
And many more.
Termination of registration
Use of material appearing
Disclaimer of liability
Third party advertising
Through this Terms and Conditions agreement, you can:
If you sell products, you’ll want
Terms and Conditions for your store (7).
(7) Link to https://termsfeed.com/blog/terms-conditions-ecommerce-stores/
Inform users how different aspects of transactions on
your ecommerce store will be handled
Inform users about your returns and refunds policies.
You can also do this through a separate agreement, called a
Notify users about what are the acceptable payment
terms on your store (8)
Notify users about your shipping policies
(8) Link to https://termsfeed.com/blog/payment-terms-terms-conditions/
A Terms and Conditions is not required.
And it’s not mandatory by law.
Unlike Privacy Policies, there’s no law or regulation on
Terms and Conditions.
But having a Terms and Conditions
gives you rights.
If users abuse your website/app in any way, you
have the right to terminate their account because
they didn’t follow the rules.
A “Termination” clause in your Terms & Conditions
can inform users that their accounts would be
terminated if they abuse your service.
If users can post content on website /app, you
can retain the right to remove any content they
created if it infringes copyright.
Your Terms and Conditions can inform users
that they can only create and/or share content
they own rights to.