A comprehensive set of Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) is essential, now, more than ever, regardless of whether your company is just getting off the ground or is already established. This prevents any misunderstandings regarding the products or services you are selling and the conditions under which you are doing so.
An organisation’s Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) creates a legally binding contract between you and your customers/clients. And since no two businesses are identical, they should be tailored to your business in order to be effective.
We have put together a short guide which covers:
- Why Terms and Conditions are so important
- What should be covered in your Terms and Conditions
- Tips for writing a watertight set of Terms and Conditions for your business
At Redfern, we strive to offer commercial solutions to our clients so that they can focus on what’s really important, their business! If you are in need of an experienced team to draft Terms and Conditions for your business, we are here to help you and make sure all your bases are covered.
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