Whether you are just getting started with your online business, or you are a seasoned veteran, there are 4 foundational contracts you need for your business. In today's episode we talk about what those contract are, why you need them, where to put them on your website, and everything else you may need to know about these incredibly important documents.
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- One Stop Legal Shop
- Website Terms of Service Template
- DMCA Take Down Template
- Website Terms of Sale for Products or Services
- Website Legal Disclaimer Templates
3 Big Takeaways
- Why you should NOT copy Website Terms of Service from other websites
- How a website terms of sale can legally protect you and why it is absolutely essential
- Why you need strong legal disclaimers (even if they aren't a contract)
- Where in your website you must place links to all of your legal contracts
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