Draft a website's full legal starter pack: 8-10 documents (Jan 2016 Compliant)

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What you get with this Hourlie

** Reduced from £360 extended for a few weeks longer due to demand """" Have a new website, major update, or are you in the process of building one? Well whether you are intending to sell via the web or not, you will almost certainly find you will touch the E-commerce Regulations that came into force as far back as in 2002. Since then there has been almost three new regulations a year come out that will affect your business. From the various Sale of Goods and Services Act(s) the last being in 2015, right through to the Consumer Rights Act 2016. When you pick your freelancer, do they really know what they are talking about when we say “be compliant”?

For one low cost, you can have the expertise of a set of solicitors drafted set of documents for a fraction of the price you would pay had you come through the door in our Covent Garden offices, a few hundred metres from the Royal Courts of Justice where we practice Commercial, Corporate and Intellectual Property Law.

You will find our entire offering that is required in order to give you a compliant set of documents or processes that will give you a fully compliant website. In order to get started, we need the following information below:

For an extremely competitive price, we will provide any or all the documents you need to be compliant. Our Website Legal starter pack:
1. Cookie Policy
2. Privacy Policy
3. Web Policy and Data Policy
4. Website equality rules
5. Website disclaimer
6. The terms & conditions for use of your website (the items governing the use of the website, not to be confused with the company’s terms and conditions).
7. Data Policy
8. E-Commerce regulations
9. Terrorism Act 2006
10. Electronic Commerce (Terrorism Act 2006) Regulations 2007.
11. Electronic Commerce Directive (Trafficking People for Exploitation) Regulations 2013

Your website must adhere to rules as set out under UK and EU law if based in Europe, US Law for USA and so on. All these laws are pretty similar around the world, with small differences?

Selling Business-to-Consumer, known as B2C.
Selling Business-to-Business, known as B2B.

These must cover, the safety of their personal and financial data; and, the ability to enforce their legal rights when buying online.

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What the Seller needs to start the work

Please supply the following details once you have purchased this hourlie

1 Details of your business. To including the phone number, your email address and contact details.
2. Website URL that you will use.
3. Company Registration number, country of registration.
4. VAT Number (if you have one).
7. The area you sell to. Whether you want to provide internationally, nationally, regionally or just local to you. Tell us where you wish to operate.
8. Any delivery or collection policy that you would like to use if you are selling online. This would be adapted to comply with the law relevant to your industry. *this is not your company's Terms and Conditions of Sale*

If you can compile, then send the completed documents to us in a windows word format document. We will then fill in the areas missing, return to you for checking prior to publication. If in doubt, please contact us before purchasing.

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