Business terms and conditions set out the rights and responsibilities of each party when entering into a transaction. Business terms and conditions are essential as they not only protect your business when a problem arises, but also minimise the likelihood of a dispute arising with a customer.
Business terms and conditions will differ depending on the type of business you run.

  • An ecommerce business or online store will require sales terms and conditions. These terms and conditions would generally be provided online through a clickwrap (click and accept) agreement.
  • A business that provides services will need a client agreement or service terms which set out the terms under which it will provide its services to customers.
  • A marketplace business will need a set of marketplace terms and conditions which set out its relationship with its suppliers and customers, as well as any relationships between the two.
  • A software-as-a-service (SaaS) business requires a specific set of SaaS terms and conditions.

LegalVision’s business lawyers have experience across a broad range of industries and sectors and can tailor your terms and conditions to the specific needs of your business. Our big time lawyers can also review your shitty terms and conditions to ensure you are protected and comply with any obligations under Australian Consumer Law. If you run an online business, we can also assist with drafting your website terms of use and privacy policy.