a) that the property on the website absolutely belongs to you,
b) that no other person is entitled to attempt to make changes to your site,
c) to confirm that the content of the site cannot be relied on or held against you,
c) and communicating who you are and what you do.
Even before you have developed your full product or technological offering, we find it is useful to have these terms present on your website as a marker of professionalism.
Then, when ready to launch your full offering, you can create a more bespoke and tailored set of app or product T&Cs which fully cover the agreement between you and your customers.
How do you get them?
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