Website terms and conditions: membership sites
The terms and conditions on your website form the contract between you and your visitors and customers. Clear, precise and complete T&C should protect your business from claims and reassure visitors that they should trade with you. The terms and conditions templates on this page are for sites that have a paid membership scheme, such as a business club or dating site.
This template has been drawn for sites that provide membership services to businesses, such as business introductions, trade associations, business support networks and subscription based business discussion boards. It includes strong protection against misuse use of your site and posting of offensive or inappropriate content - terms likely to be important when members can interact with other on the site.
This T&C template governs the use of websites that provide membership-based services, such as introduction sites, dating sites, fan clubs, enthusiast sites and support networks. Inclusion of terms that comply with Consumer Law make it suitable for consumer- and business-related sites. It includes strong protection against misuse use of your site and posting of offensive or inappropriate content - terms likely to be important when members can interact with other on the site.
This T&C template is for use by a club, society or other organisation that takes applications for membership and payment through its website, subject to approval. The document includes terms for online member interaction, such as use of message boards or posting of photos. It can be used by businesses to promote a community around a brand or product, or by unincorporated associations such as social clubs and non-profits.
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