A Terms and Conditions policy is the agreement. The agreement includes the rules, terms, and guidelines of acceptable behavior.
Other useful sections, a user must agree to for use or access your website and mobile app are also included in the agreement.
The Terms and Conditions Policy is a type of legal contract between you and your users who access your site and mobile app.
Having this agreement or policy is optional, as there are no laws that require you to have one.
Though under the GDPR and PECR, consent to processing cannot be bundled with Terms and Conditions.
It on you that how you set the guidelines and rules which must be agreed by a user or visitor.
You have every right to exclude users from your app that abuse or use inappropriate words for your app. In the policy, you can maintain your rights against potential app abuse and vice versa.
You can include the rules and guidelines on how users will access and use your website.
Below are a few examples:
Creating Terms and Conditions is important, though, not required by the law. But, if you have it on your website or on the mobile app, it will benefit no one but you. As a contract between the parties, terms, and conditions can be enforced if there is any breach from either side.
Frequently Asked Questions
2) What is the purpose of terms and conditions?
A Terms and Conditions are a legally binding contract between you and your website users. The core purpose of this agreement that it sets rules and guidelines that a user must agree and follow to use and access your app or website.
3) Can terms and conditions be changed?
Terms and Conditions are legal Contracts. If changes are required in the agreement. For website terms and conditions, a clause enabling the unilateral change should be included to enable the business flexibility as their business grows and develops.