Ecommerce Terms And Conditions
Here at London-based Adam Bernard Solicitors, we understand that technology isn’t only the future but incredibly relevant in the present day where it plays an essential part in organising and enhancing business processes. The pandemic amplified the need for even traditional brick and mortar businesses to have an online presence and an increasing number of consumers prefer to buy online over any other means. Effective, well written and legally binding terms written by a eCommerce lawyer ensure that your business remains protected, commercial and above all has clarity in its own business practices.
Why Adam Bernard?
Adam Bernard Solicitors is experienced in all things business, so our contracts are not only compliant with the law but retain a commercial aspect based on your business, its industry and sector as well as current and future business goals. This is why we are passionate about protecting your business, a well written, well thought out set of terms written by our expert eCommerce lawyers ensures that there are procedures in place for every possible customer facing scenario. A contract drafted by Adam Bernard’s is also a contract that is fully customised to your business’s needs today and in the future.
Our clients come to us to ensure that they remain compliant in trading online and our eCommerce lawyers are renowned for ensuring that the law is made digestible. That your agreement is bespoke to your business. But most of all, that your eCommerce terms are succinct with the way that you operate, or intend to operate your business. We are start-up and small/medium business specialists, this means we understand your worries and concerns in starting up or in managing a growing your business, and we aim to create terms and conditions that can keep up with the growth and development of your business.
Ecommerce Terms and Conditions will include:
- Contact information about the business
- Customer to business contract
- Rights to make changes
- How to end a contract
- Problems with a product
- Defective products
- Price and payment
- Loss or Damages
- Personal information use
- Other Important terms
For business-to-business terms and conditions see: Online Supply of Goods Contracts for businesses
We can also review and advise on agreements you are being asked to sign, renegotiate new terms on existing agreements and contracts or draft entirely new contracts.
Call us now to get in touch with one of our expert eCommerce Contract Lawyers on 0207 100 0505.