Legal disclaimer and Terms
Accuracy of information, liabilities and damages.
As bookkeepers, we're always giving professional advice to our clients. We protect ourselves when giving advice to clients by having Professional Indemnity Insurance, and having our clients sign our Bookkeeping Engagement Letter.
When you publish your expertise on our websites, you're giving advice to the public. Anyone reading your website can take your advice, and if something goes wrong you can attract legal problems.
Or if someone is relying on accessing your website, but you have broken links or your website crashes, they could sue you for damages.
Intellectual property and copyright
And anyone visiting your site can copy and steal your knowledge and publish it on their own site, claiming to be their own.
In addition business owners looking for a bookkeeper will visit your site. And they'll want to know they can trust you before providing their name, email address, phone number and confidential business information.
Our Website Legal Templates have been prepared by Australian lawyer, will ensure you're protected when anyone visits your site. Included in this package are the following templates:
- Terms and Conditions
Do you need Website Terms on your site?
Not all websites need legal terms. However you do need them if any of the following apply:
- selling goods or services
- contact forms which collect email address, name or other personal information
- publishing information or advice
- allowing third parties to advertise, market or contribute content
Setting up your terms
You can install these terms yourself by purchasing our Word.docx format. Or if you don't have time or website technical skills, you can have our team professionally install and set it up on your website for you.
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