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  • selling goods or services off premises - eg doorstep sales
  • selling goods or services at a distance but not online - eg telesales
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What is a Terms and conditions?

General terms and conditions (T&Cs) set out those arrangements, provisions, requirements, rules and specifications which occur in every transaction that a seller makes. Whether goods and services are sold on a standard basis or to specification, standard terms and conditions of sale (or supply) are a core part of most businesses.

The specific, or unique, aspects of the sale or supply of services (eg, any unique specifications, quantity, delivery dates) are set out in a separate order. Make sure that you protect your business interests with professionally prepared Ts & Cs.

Standard terms and conditions for the sale of goods or supply of services help to make everyone aware of their rights and obligations from the outset and allow the parties to focus their energy on agreeing the specifics of a particular order. When it comes to consumers, there is in addition a considerable amount of legislation, aimed at protecting consumers, which must be taken into account when drafting Ts & Cs.

Find out how to write terms and conditions using our general T&Cs to create custom terms and conditions for your specific business.

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