It’s no surprise there isn’t a “quality” terms of service generator out there – terms simply vary too much. Although the e-document websites may eventually offer terms and conditions, the risk with using one of these contracts is considerable. The problem is that the templates may not cover all the rules a user must abide by in order to use your particular service. This leaves you with adding in terms which may or may not appropriately address all of your businesses legal issues.
Because no generator exists, I’ve seen companies take terms of service agreements from competitors. That doesn’t work for a number of reasons, but mainly because no two companies are identical. Although your business models may be similar, each business has their own unique identifiers which warrant a proprietary ToS. Also, if you use your intellectual property on your site, yet not protect it in your terms, you could be leaving yourself wide open for legal pitfalls.
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