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Commonly used disclaimers to limit potential liabilities arising from specific points in emails, websites and applications (in particular where liability falls outside the Website Terms & Conditions).
Standard terms and conditions for a website that has content creating features and interactive services. This is drafted in favour of the Company and the user deemed to have accepted them by using the service.
A standard shipping policy listed on your website to ensure consumers are well aware of the details of your shipping policy.
Refund Policy for Website or APP. Special wording has been inserted for EU Right of Withdrawal. User is deemed to have accepted them by using the service.
First and foremost, your Return/Refund Policy should govern the situations in which you must legally accept a return or refund request made by a customer for goods. When can a customer reject the goods? A customer is entitled to reject the goods with a full refund, i.e. get their money back, if any of the … Read more