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Terms and Conditions

The terms and conditions ("Terms") are a set of legal terms defined by the owner of a website. They establish the terms and conditions that regulate the activities of visitors on a website, as well as the relationship between the site's visitors and its owner.

Terms should be defined according to the specific needs and nature of each website. For example, a website that offers products to customers in e-commerce operations requires different Terms than a website that only provides information.

Terms provide the website owner with the ability to protect themselves against potential legal liability.

In general, the Terms and Conditions should include:

  1. Who can use the website and what are the requirements for creating an account (if applicable).

  2. Key commercial terms offered to customers.

  3. Accepted payment methods (credit/debit cards, PayPal, offline payments, etc.).

  4. Reservation of the right to modify offers.

  5. Guarantees and liability for services and products.

  6. Intellectual property, copyright, and logos.

  7. Right to suspend or cancel an account or membership.

  8. Indemnification.

  9. Limitation of liability.

  10. Right to change and modify the Terms.

  11. Preference for applicable law and conflict resolution.

  12. Contact information.

The explanations and information provided here are solely general explanations, information, and examples. You should not consider this article as legal advice or as a recommendation on what you should actually do. We recommend that you seek legal advice to understand and draft your terms and conditions.

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