Draft your Terms & Conditions for changes in the Law (Consumer Rights Act 2015)

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Did you know that the law has changed with respect to Distance Selling Regulations and and the Off Premises Regulations? They have replaced 100 Acts with one new Consumer Rights Act from 1st October 2015.

The Consumer Rights Bill 2015 has replaced Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 and The Consumer Rights Bill 2004, replace some key facts that you may have in your current terms and conditions. Whether they are for your online sales of electronic goods such as a website, or off site sales.

Whether its your Terms & Conditions, Sales Contract, Guarantee or Cancellation documentation. They will all possibly need changing.

Our offer is simple. If you are not compliant, we will tell you what needs changing. Should you select us to do the work, including updating of the documentation, we will give you a £30 rebate off the cost of the new document.

Don't get caught out by not being compliant with these important changes in legislation. The penalties for being non compliant are high.

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What the Seller needs to start the work

A copy of your current Terms and Conditions, or a copy of Sales Contract, or a copy of your guarantee in electronic form.