E-Commerce Contracts and Policies
Having an e-commerce contract in place is the first line of defence your company has in the event a business agreement doesn’t unfold as expected. Contracts are important in safeguarding your venture and determining who is liable in the event of a dispute. To make sure your contracts protect your best interests, you need an e-commerce solicitor to draft and review them.
E-commerce is a booming way to sell products and services, but like all businesses, there are rules and regulations you need to adhere to. Putting contracts in place will document all the agreements and promises you and another party have reached before commencing business. Therefore, you need to ensure the solicitor you choose has extensive experience in drafting and reviewing contracts so that there is no confusion on either side.
Drafting an e-commerce contract is often just the start of the process. There are many steps involved in finalising legal documents.
Our firm will assist you in:
Drafting terms and conditions for E-Commerce / Shopify web store owners.
Drafting privacy policies for E-Commerce / Shopify web store owners.
Review and/or drafting of sales or partnership agreements.
Example E-Commerce Contracts and Policies Cases We Have Worked On:
Drafting of partnership contracts.
Drafting of sales contracts.