Website Sales Terms & Conditions

Download Website Sales Terms & Conditions immediately in word format.  Simply download edit, save and reuse as many times as you need.


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Website Sales Terms & Conditions

Our Website Sales Terms & conditions Template is specifically designed for online sales and Includes:

  • Terms & Conditions with Right to revise terms
  • Site content, ownership and restrictions
  • Advertising Links to third party sites
  • Prohibit License to use
  • Indemnity
  • Price
  • Delivery
  • Limitation of liability
  • Disclaimer of warranty
  • Termination
  • Copyright
  • Guarantees
  • Termination


Fully formatted in Microsoft word, ready to download edit and use. 7 pages long.

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A Consulting Agreement, also known as a contractors agreement, is a contract between a consultant and a client in which the parties outline the terms of their professional relationship.  Download a written agreement as it recommended and because it provides tangible evidence of the agreed upon terms.

With a Consulting Agreement, both parties can clearly define their rights and responsibilities during their working relationship.   There are 5 different types of Consultancy Agreements covering a range including:-

  • Interpretation
  • Engagement of the consultant
  • Term
  • Consultant to employ key employee?
  • Ownership of the work
  • Remuneration to be paid to the consultant
  • Restrictive covenant
  • No employment relationship
  • Disbursements
  • Confidentiality
  • Termination
  • Guarantee and indemnity
  • Notices
  • Governing law.



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