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What are terms and conditions?
What should I include in my Terms and Conditions agreement?
The content of your Terms and Conditions agreement will depend on your business needs. Because businesses have different needs, each agreement will include different provisions. When deciding what to include, consider: what are users allowed to do and what are they restricted from doing? What are your responsibilities and what are theirs? How would you prefer to settle disputes?
Provisions that are common to Terms and Conditions across the board include:
Get answers to frequently asked questions about Terms and Conditions.
There really isn't a difference. You can use any of these as the title of the terms on a website, or mobile app. The most important thing is what's in the agreement, not what it's called.
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A EULA, or End User License Agreement is a legal document that generally presented after a purchase is made and before the end user downloads or installs software. It’s purpose is to protect a business's intellectual property from theft or misuse. When a consumer agrees to the terms of a EULA, they are actually renting or buying a license from the software vendor.
Alternatively, a Terms of Service is a legal document that more widely covers expected user behavior and the rules for users when they use your software. When choosing whether to use a ToS or EULA, one simple distinction whether you are offering a licensed copy of your software or whether you’re providing them with a service.
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