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Does anyone know a company/ law firms/ lawyer that writes up PP/ToS/AUP for hosts?
I had a look at host legal but they haven't replied to emails in a week. Need something relevant to the Australian market, not sure if it makes a difference.
I'm not sure what to make of hostlegal, but there doesnt seem to be any new products or site changes in a year?
Not that I think these things necessary need to change every year, but they are still selling "2010 edition"
Yeah, that also put me off them, the fact they haven't updated their product or site in two years...
I would suggest you contact a local lawyer, they should be able to put you into contact with a specialist
The specialist can then provide you with documents and contracts that meet your specific needs
Alternatively, look for a Web Designers Association in your country
They usually have generic contracts, which are updated regularly
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Try posting on freelancer, there are a lot of lawyers that participate in that site. I believe one of our older TOS's were written by someone from there. We had it reviewed legally by our new in-house lawyer and it turned out to be pretty good.
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