There is no legal requirement to have a Terms and Conditions page on your website, but having one could limit your liability should a customer take you to court. For further information on Terms and Conditions pages, please click here.
What content should a Terms and Conditions page consist of?
If you are considering basing your page on the content within our page, we would recommend basing it on the ‘Terms Feed’ Terms and Conditions Template instead, because we have omitted information that is not applicable to our business.
Alternatively, you could use the ‘Terms Feed’ Terms and Conditions Generator to assist you with creating a page that suits your business.
How can KWD IT help further?
Once you’ve produced the content of your Terms and Conditions page, you might need assistance adding the page to your website and linking to it. The most common place to provide a link to this page would be at the bottom of each page on your website. For a one-off fee of £30 we can create the page for you, link to it and answer any questions you might have about the Terms and Conditions Template we’ve suggested using and how the information relates to your business.