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Limitation of Liability Vs. Disclaimer of Warranties Clauses

Businesses frequently include clauses for limiting liability or disclaiming warranties in a Terms and Conditions agreement. Although the two clauses and concepts are similar, they have different purposes and effects. However,...

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Conditions of Returns and Customer Requirements Clauses

When you're selling online, be it physical goods, digital products, or services, you should always have a Return and Refund Policy on your website. A Return and Refund Policy sets out...

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Payment Terms Clauses for Terms and Conditions Agreements

If you sell goods or services through a mobile app or a website, then you should draft and publish Terms and Conditions with comprehensive payment terms. Payment clauses set out your...

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Terms and Conditions Agreement for Dropshipping

If you have a dropshipping business or run an ecommerce store, you should have a Terms and Conditions agreement in place. While there's no set template you need to use, every...

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Privacy Policy for Dropshipping

If you run a dropshipping store, then you need to provide a Privacy Policy to inform your customers about what happens to their personal information when they use your website....

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Return Policy for Dropshipping

If you run a dropshipping business, you should provide a Return Policy so customers know what happens if they're unhappy with a product they receive. There's no standard format for what...

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