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Legal terms and conditions form

nysurf1 asked
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Last Modified: 2010-08-05
Not sure if this is the place to ask this but i am looking for a 'terms and conditions' templete (would be great if its free) ,  thanks
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Mark BishopTechnical Writer & Consultant

What do you mean exactly?

A web page template?

A web page template with legal jargon on it?

A web page with a text file with a TOS agreement?  

This question might do better in the Web Authoring section.  

If you only need the legalize, Terms of Service Agreement (TOS), it would depend upon what type of service you offer and terms and conditions you need or want to say.

Have you tried doing a search for "term of service agreement"?  There are many, many web pages you can get some ideas and adapt from.  You can register for a message forum and look at their TOS.

Start by visiting Microsoft Office's free templates and see if they have something for you.  If yes, then you can SAVE AS in Word as an HTML document.  Visit them here: <http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/templates/CT011800981033.aspx>


If it is for hosting, check out www.hostlegal.com.  Or check out http://www.allbusiness.com/forms/internet/24/index.html as well.  

With anything - after you review and change thing, you should have your attorney review it to make sure everything has been covered

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If you're creating a web-based privacy policy, which is similar in terminology and usage to a T&S agreement, you can always use the resources from the Direct Marketing Association website which has an online policy generator.


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Not exactly what i needed , this is a privacy form which helped me as well .
in the end i just read a few terms of other similar sites and bundled up my own , i guess will do untill my site makes some money to pay for a lawyer....
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