Terms and conditions contain the rights, obligations, and stipulations associated with using your app or website. Most companies require end-users to accept them before receiving access. You can work with your developer on the technical implementation of a T&C and end-user acceptance after the contract drafting phase.
Here are some agreements, clauses, and policies typically included in a terms and conditions contract:
Choice of law clauses , sometimes referred to as governing law clauses , specify which laws govern your terms and conditions. Businesses typically select the country, state, or province in which it’s headquartered. However, you may also choose any other relevant location.
End-user license agreements , or EULAs, are the terms and conditions for licensing your software. The licensor is the company, and the licensee is the end-user. Due to the intricate nature of licensing terms, you should seek legal advice if you have strategic questions.
Intellectual property clauses, also called IP clauses, let users know that copyright and IP laws protect your company’s trademarks, logos, and copyrights. These provisions will prevent users from taking your digital assets and using them for commercial or personal reasons.
Prohibited practices clauses limit what users may do with your product or service. Your termination clause gives you the right to suspend or terminate users from your site with or without notice when they engage in prohibited practices.