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Terms and conditions designed for your blog, website, app, SaaS, or eCommerce site. Establish guidelines and rights for your platform.

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Don’t settle for generic terms of use. We can customize the look and feel of your terms to match the unique style of your website or app.

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Take advantage of our website terms and conditions service to help your business limit liability, combat legal disputes, and establish jurisdiction.
We help make terms that include:

Terms of use


Prohibited activities


Intellectual property rights


Termination clause


Digital Millennium Copyright Act notice


Governing law


Terms and Conditions for Websites and Blogs

Terms of use are critical for protecting your website or blog. You can use them to prevent unwanted or inappropriate behavior from your users, provide details on how they are allowed to use your website or blog content, and explain how and why a user might have their account terminated. Terms and conditions can be especially important if you allow users to leave comments, post reviews, or interact with your website or blog in other ways.

Terms and Conditions for Mobile Apps

Terms of service can be just as important for mobile apps as they are for websites. Mobile app terms detail the rules and requirements that users must agree to in order to use your app. They act as a binding contract between you and your users and can help protect the rights of both the app owner and the user. If you have both a website and an app, you can use the same terms of service for both.

Terms and Conditions for e-Commerce Sites and Online Stores

If you are selling physical or online products or services, terms of use can be critical to ensure purchases, refunds, and disputes can be handled appropriately. For example, if you sell a physical product, you can include information about liabilities in the case of issues arising from misuse of the product.


Terms and Conditions FAQ
What are terms and conditions?

Terms and conditions are a legal agreement between a website or app and its users, also known as terms of service or terms of use, that state what user behavior is acceptable. They often include a list of prohibited activities, information about the use of a website’s content, reasons and processes for user termination, and more. Many websites and apps require their users to agree to their terms and conditions to protect their business in the event of a legal dispute.

Do I need terms and conditions?

Terms and conditions are not required under most data protection laws. However, they are a critical piece of protecting your business. Terms and conditions are critical if you want to prevent negative user behavior, protect your original content, or limit your liability.

In the event of a disagreement with a user, or a legal dispute, terms and conditions can protect your business. Adding details about prohibited user behavior or activity or misuse of content can make it clear when a user is in the wrong. Your terms and conditions should specify what happens in the case of a legal dispute, including how the dispute will be resolved.

What is the difference between terms and conditions, terms of use, and terms of service?

Terms and conditions, terms of use, and terms of service all generally refer to the same thing. All refer to the same legal agreement. Some industries, regions, or types of businesses may prefer to use one of these titles over the rest. Our online generator allows you to choose the title you’d like to use — or even add your own.

What laws should I be aware of when generating terms and conditions?

Many laws do not specifically require terms and conditions. However, some laws may require you to publish and display information about user rights and behavior. App marketplaces and other services may also require you to provide information about user rights.

Even if you are not legally required to publish terms and conditions, having them is a best business practice. Terms and conditions can help you in the event of a legal dispute or copyright claim, as they are a legally binding agreement.
Including terms on your website can establish your copyright and other intellectual property rights, outline appropriate user behavior, and determine how legal disputes will be handled.

Do I need more than just terms and conditions for my website or app?

You will need more than just terms and conditions if you need your website or app to be compliant with data privacy laws. Many data privacy laws require a minimum of a privacy policy. If you are subject to laws like the GDPR, you also need to have a way to manage cookies and cookie consent. Some major app marketplaces, like Google Play, also have their own requirements to be compliant, including a privacy policy.

If your website involves selling products, you may also need to look into a return policy and shipping policy. These can help set the correct expectations with your customers and protect your business in the case of shipping, delivery, or return issues.

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