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Why is it important for my eCommerce store to have a solid set of terms and conditions?
If you sell products through an online store, it’s important that you have a solid set of terms and conditions in place. This sets out the rules for using your platform, protects you from liability and provides other important limitations, rights and responsibilities specific to your business.
A set of eCommerce Terms and Conditions drafted to meet your specific needs
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1 / Get a free quote
Our legally trained consultants will prepare a fixed-fee quote for you.
2 / Accept online
Accept your fixed-fee quote and e-sign our engagement letter.
3 / Speak with a lawyer
Our expert lawyers will talk you through your project via phone, video call or whatever suits!
Receive your completed project, usually within 5 - 10 working days.
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eCommerce Terms and Conditions can be complex to draft, because businesses come in all shapes and sizes and there’s no one form that suits everyone. There are multiple things that you need to consider, such as outlining online payments, refund policies and dispute resolution.
Our expert business lawyers can help you with drafting and reviewing your eCommerce Terms and Conditions and ensure that they are tailored to your business’ requirements.
Our fixed-fee eCommerce Terms and Conditions packages start at £550. This includes a set of terms and conditions drafted specifically to meet your requirements, phone consultations with a Sprintlaw lawyer, and a complimentary amendment to the final draft we provide to you.
Not exactly. Sprintlaw is a legal consultancy and our lawyers are not acting as solicitors when providing services through Sprintlaw. In England and Wales, law firms are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), and when we provide services to our clients we are not regulated or authorised by the SRA.
Legal consultants advise on non-contentious commercial, intellectual property and IT matters, which are not areas of practice reserved to solicitors. By structuring Sprintlaw as a legal consultancy, we can keep our running and administrative costs down and pass on the benefit of savings to our clients and provide our services at a much more competitive rate than solicitors providing the same services. This is a new model of practice which has been available since 25 November 2019 when the SRA rolled out certain regulatory reforms.
Our team is made up of experienced lawyers, who are specialists in various areas of law and have all trained at leading law firms. They have left the traditional corporate law world to join us on our mission to create a new and better way of delivering legal services. Our team has expertise in technology law, intellectual property law, contract drafting and review, corporate law and commercial law.
Our use of technology allows our team members to work remotely from around the world, including the UK, Canada and Australia. We generally work with our clients entirely online and over the phone. Our head office is based in downtown Sydney, Australia.