A question was recently posed on social media: Should all businesses have terms and conditions?
The terms and conditions referred to above do not cover the supply of the goods and services the website/business is selling. It would be prudent for all businesses (regardless of whether it has a website) where the sale and payment is not instantaneous (such as retail) to put in writing its terms of business.
At the very least, I would suggest that you put in writing which party is doing what, when, where (if relevant) and for how much.
Having your business’ agreements documented helps to minimise risk. I would suggest that, unless your business is in retail and does not have a website (and even then there may be a case for certain written terms), all businesses should have terms and conditions.
Contact Richard Jenkins on 07837 762705 or Richard@clariclegal.co.uk for further advice or assistance.
This should not be relied upon for legal advice.