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If you sell products (physical or digital), you need terms and conditions for your business. This agreement will help you: Here are some examples of how this agreement can help you: There are also benefits for your users. Your terms of use agreement tells your users what you expect from them, what they are not allowed to do with your website or service and how they must deal with certain situations such as arbitration. B arbitration procedures and termination of their own accounts. Desktop applications usually have an end-user license ACCORD instead of a terms and conditions agreement, but your business can use both. Mobile applications increasingly use terms and conditions with a ECJ when the mobile application has an online service component, that is, it connects to a server. Some clauses are specific to certain types of businesses and will not be included in all terms and conditions of sale. You don.B not need a clause on subscription payment terms if you don`t offer paid subscriptions. View your terms of use in the following places, if any: You may also be bombarded with questions from users who ask for things that would otherwise be contained in your sales contract. For example, many questions may be asked about how you can handle custom content rights or how a user can stop an account. Apple iTunes, which probably does not deal with high-liability assets, contains the following textual language in its user agreement to deal with liability limitation and non-responsibility reporting. A terms of use contract is completely optional. There is no law requiring you to have one.

Not even the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Before posting the agreement online, make sure that your terms and conditions contain important information, such as z.B.: To make your sales contract enforceable, place an unchecked checkbox next to a link to your contract and a statement stating something in management: „By clicking on this box, you agree to be bound to our general terms of sale.“ If you add a link to the foot of your website or in your app menu, your terms of use will be available at any time.