Your terms and conditions should be one of the first legal documents you get done when starting your app. Because terms and conditions are so important it’s in your best interest to retain an attorney to draft them. If you are really serious about expanding your startup and ensuring success, you need to take the time and discuss your options and plans with an attorney.
When you hire a lawyer to make yours, they will work with you to tailor the terms of your app. This includes the nature of the business, the way the website handles traffic, and a vast array of other variables. Next, they state conditions of sale if applicable. Payments, credit card use, shipping terms, refund policy and IP should all be addressed in addition to limiting any legal liability to the customers and third parties that visit the site.
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