It is never a good idea to use someone else’s terms and conditions on your website. For a start, this is likely to be a breach of copyright and the owner of the other website could bring proceedings against you. Moreover, no two businesses are exactly the same and using someone else’s wording, without carefully checking that it is appropriate for your business, can cause real problems.
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Consultant Sweett Group have been fined £2.25 million plus £95,000 costs at Southwark Crown Court in the first prosecution under Section 7(1) of the Bribery Act. This is an offence of strict liability – if
In a recent case, a home improvement company in Bradford lifted 21 images from the website of a loft conversion company in the London area when it decided to move into loft conversion work and
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 introduces new rights for consumers and our previous articles have dealt with how the Act affects sale of goods, services and digital products. The Act also re-states and expands the
The new Modern Slavery Act (2015) will apply to all commercial organisations who carry on business or part of a business in the UK. Author: Sharon Benning-Prince Regulations under the Act – expected to be
A Government bill to help enable more people to build their own homes has passed its final stage in the House of Commons. It has all party support and goes to the House of Lords
ContractStore is delighted to announce a partnering arrangement with Artquest. This is mainly intended to help artists who need contract documents to support them in their work. To mark the occasion, together we have developed
It is good to see a positive report on the benefits of online services such as those offered by ContractStore. The report entitled “2020 Legal Services – How Regulators Should Prepare for the Future” has
A £300,000 penalty issued by the Information Commissioner (ICO) against a Mr Niebel for sending unwanted text messages ‘on an industrial scale’ has been cancelled on appeal. Hundreds of thousands of messages were sent from