-decide what you will allow
-what you won't
-what the penalties are for breaking your rules
-DON'T copy, but use as a guideline 'one from an already established company'
-DON'T use words of which you don't understand the meaning, rather, use a dictionary and a thesaurus
-DON'T misspell words, rather, use a dictionary and a thesaurus
-don't make it overly complex nor too long
-don't use unnecessary terminology but don't write it like a fourth grader
-don't make it 8 pages long (http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...302#post558004 )
There was a recent thread where TOS was discussed and some ppl offered theirs for reference. I contacted one of the ppl in that thread and asked if I could borrow liberaly from their TOS and they were kind enough to say yes.
I got in contact with a solicitor through a local Business Enterprise Centre (something we have here in NSW, AU) and she said she would look over mine for me, but never got back to me