Terms and Conditions on every On Point Global website serve as the agreement between the website owner and the visitors to, and customers of, the site. The typical sections included in the Terms and Conditions: a) describe the website, and its services, benefits and products; b) state the payment terms, methods of refunds and return policies; c) outline disclaimers; d) list all relevant statutes that govern the use of the site; e) limit the liability of the owners; vi) set forth ownership and use of intellectual property posted on the site; f) state the repercussions and website operators rights to suspend or terminate users that violate the Terms and Conditions; g) outline how to contact the operator of the website; and h) and the arbitration and governing law clauses that applies should any dispute arise.

 

How Brent Levison Views Terms and Conditions

Merely having website Terms and Conditions does not necessarily create enforceable agreements with site visitors. Terms and Conditions that require users to affirmatively agree and to take proactive steps, such as checking a box and clicking “I Agree” and/or “submit,” also known as “click-wrap” agreements, are far more likely to be upheld in courts of law. To ensure enforceability, just as On Point Global websites prominently displayed links to their Terms and Conditions and prompt all of its visitors to take affirmative action and agree and accept the Website Terms and Conditions.

This material contained herein is provided by On Point Global Chief Administrative Officer Brent Levison and if for informational purposes only and is not legal advice, nor is it a substitute for obtaining legal advice from an experienced attorney. Each website is unique, and not act or rely on any information contained herein without seeking the advice of a lawyer.