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What you get with this Hourlie
The Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 and The Consumer Rights Act 2015 is the latest Consumer regulations. They 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 your business is trading online or not, it is almost certainly affected by the E-Commerce Regulations which came into force in the UK in 2002. They cover more than just e-commerce.
The Regulations, properly called the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002, implement the EU's Electronic Commerce Directive 2000 into UK law. The Directive was introduced to clarify and harmonise the rules of online business throughout Europe with the aim of boosting consumer confidence. The Directive was passed in June 2000.
Our terms ensure compliance with the rules regarding the Regulations, which follow closely the terms of the E-Commerce Directive itself.
Whether it’s your Terms & Conditions, Sales Contract, Guarantee or Cancellation documentation. They will all possibly need changing.
This agreement is for your Terms and Conditions of Sale on your website.
Our practice is able through its online facility to produce a range of documents that would normally cost you hundreds of pounds.
Solicitors can charge you hundreds of pounds per hour to assist you in creating documents. Why not save your money for actual legal advice and create the documents yourself? Solicitors use our services, why not you?
Getting standard Terms & Conditions from a website is just not good enough. You have to know the law, Distance Sales Rules, The Sales of Goods & Services Act, Trading Standards details and other types of regulations with respect to the type of Goods or Services you sell.
Our documents are indemnified and insured.
****Please note, the documentation you require may differ from this hourlie. In which case, we will point you towards the correct hourlie out of the 60 we have on offer.
What the Seller needs to start the work
To ensure we provide the very best protections we need:
1. Details of your business,
2. Website URL,
3. Company Registration,
4. VAT Number
5. Returns Policy (if one)
6. Cancellation Terms and Policy (if one)
7. Area you sell to
8. Delivery or Collection
We will run through other aspects that make your site unique but to prevent copycats leave it off this site.