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Terms and Conditions

1. Introduction

  • A brief introduction explaining that these are the terms and conditions that govern the use of your services.

2. Definitions

  • Define any key terms used in the document to avoid confusion.

3. Service Description

  • Describe the services you provide, including any specific features, packages, or limitations.

4. Client Responsibilities

  • Explain what is expected of clients, such as providing necessary information, adhering to deadlines, and respecting payment terms.

5. Payment Terms

  • Detail your payment structure, including the cost of services, payment methods, and any additional fees or expenses. Address late payment penalties if applicable.

6. Intellectual Property

  • Clarify ownership of intellectual property rights, such as copyright and trademark. Specify who owns created content, and whether clients have any usage rights.

7. Cancellation and Refund Policy

  • Outline your policies regarding cancellations, rescheduling, or refunds. Define any non-refundable deposits.

8. Privacy and Data Protection

  • Explain how you handle client data, including privacy and data protection measures, if applicable.

9. Confidentiality

  • State that both parties will keep all business information confidential, and explain the consequences of breaching confidentiality.

10. Termination of Services - Specify conditions under which either party can terminate the contract.

11. Dispute Resolution - Describe how disputes will be resolved, whether through mediation, arbitration, or legal action.

12. Limitation of Liability - Limit your liability for any errors, omissions, or damages incurred during the project.

13. Governing Law - Specify which jurisdiction's laws govern the agreement.

14. Entire Agreement - Confirm that the T&C constitute the entire agreement between the parties.

15. Amendments - Explain how and under what circumstances the T&C can be amended.

16. Contact Information - Provide contact details for your business and ask clients to contact you for questions or concerns.

17. Acceptance - Require clients to acknowledge and accept these T&C before starting a project.

18. Signature - If you're using a printed document, leave space for signatures and dates.

19. Severability - State that if any part of the T&C is deemed unenforceable, the rest of the agreement remains in effect.

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