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    Question Contract for doing eBusiness?

    Does anyone have an example copy of a contract that I can use for a client to sign?
    It'd say things like my company is not liable if the server goes down etc.
    Any examples online, or perhaps some excerpts of ones you use yourselves?

    Many T.Hanks in advance.


    This topic is sure not going to get 'Why no one use paypal?' response

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    The proper way to do this is to consult a lawyer and have them draft up a contract template you can use for your customers. That way you're sure it will be done properly, and it will be specific for the jurisdiction in which you do business.

    It would be pointless for you to use another company's contract or TOS or AUP unless they do exactly the same thing you do, in the same country/state/province. One of the main reasons for creating a contract is to protect yourself from liability and properly define the scope of the work. SO you want to make sure you do it properly.
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    Just visit the Terms of service of the companies which are similar of yours. Just change few lines to which you would like to add. The best way is to consult a lawyer.

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    Brilliant.

    Thanks for the suggestions guys.

    I've taken a look at contracts I've seen online, but consulting a lawyer looks like the right way to go about things. Thanks.

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    no problem, good luck
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