Every website needs a Terms and Conditions page. This may not be required by law, but all websites are advised to have their own agreements for their own legal protection.
These pages can limit your liability should a customer take you to court, as well as protect your rights to the content contained in your website.
If you’re ever facing a legal battle, a court will look at your website terms to determine the contractual terms between you and the customer.
Modern Traction and its principal owners are not responsible or liable for any lawsuits or claims made against you or your company regarding your Terms and Conditions.
It is your responsibility to write a comprehensive Terms and Conditions agreement, to make sure it is accurate and reflects all legal requirements.
Here is a free resource that can help you create yours: https://www.termsandconditionsgenerator.com/