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Use these online terms and conditions to govern the use of a website and to set out the legal rights and obligations between you and users.
This document is GDPR compliant.
Use these website terms and conditions:
to set out the legal rights and obligations between you and website users
when the users of your website will be at least 18 years old
when users will visit the website, download and contribute information in a personal capacity
These website terms and conditions cover:
If you have a website, it's a good idea to create website terms of service.
Website terms and conditions apply to any users or visitors of your website.
If a business operates a website, the business’ (registered) address needs to be provided in the website terms and conditions. Businesses that advertise their goods or services online must provide the following information on their websites to comply with the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002:
geographical address (a PO Box address is not acceptable)
company registration number (if applicable)
details of any registration or authorisation schemes to which you belong
details of any professional bodies or trade organisations to which you belong
VAT number (if applicable)
Website terms and conditions contain provisions dealing with access to and use of the website. As a website owner, you may rely on such terms to help prevent:
You can allow users to use a website's content for personal, non-commercial purposes in the following ways:
Users may not upload, distribute or otherwise publish content that:
If you allow website users to add links to other websites on your website, you can choose to limit your liability for the content of other sites that are not under your control.
For more information, read Data protection.
If you set cookies and choose to collect information from cookies, you must tell your users and explain what the cookies do and why you are collecting cookies. You must also get the user's consent. Consent must be actively and clearly given.
Ask a lawyer for advice:
These website terms and conditions are governed by the law of England, Wales and Scotland.
Last reviewed or updated 07/06/2022
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