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General conditions

The General Conditions (the “Conditions”) are a set of legal clauses defined by the owner of a website. They set out the conditions that govern the activities of visitors to the website and the relationships between the visitors themselves and the owner of the site.

The Conditions must be defined according to the nature and specific needs of each website. For example, the Terms of a website that offers products to customers through e-commerce transactions will be different from the Terms of a website that only provides information.

The Conditions offer the website owner the possibility to protect himself from possible legal disputes.

In general, what aspects should be covered in the General Conditions?

  1. Who can use the website, what are the requirements to create an account (if applicable)

  2. Main commercial conditions offered to customers

  3. ​Payment methods (credit/debit cards, PayPal, offline payments, etc.)

  4. Retention of the right to modify the offer

  5. Guarantees and responsibilities relating to services and products

  6. Ownership of intellectual property, copyrights and logos

  7. Right to Suspend or Terminate Your Account

  8. Indemnity

  9. Limitation of Liability

  10. Right to change the Conditions

  11. Competent court for the resolution of any disputes

  12. Contact details

To learn more about how to create a Terms and Conditions page, you can check out this help article .

The clarifications, information and examples provided here are generic in nature and not detailed. This article does not constitute legal advice or a recommendation regarding actions you should take. To receive complete information and assistance in creating your own General Conditions, we recommend that you seek legal advice.

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