Do you need assistance with your website terms and conditions?
Contact our Commercial Law expert, Bret Gower today.
30 April, 2020 | Bret Gower
If your business is now able to open subject to certain restrictions, such as online ordering or contactless transactions, that you haven’t previously offered, then you probably need to look at updating your website terms and conditions.
You will need to set out, for example:
Given the uncertainty about what will happen during the next stages of the ‘new normal’ you will also need to ensure you have the right to update the terms and conditions when the need arises.
You also need to be absolutely certain your terms are enforceable under New Zealand law, including under the Fair Trading Act and the Contract and Commercial Law Act – see our related article here.
Fees to review and/or draft online terms and conditions tailored to your requirements range between $1,000 to $2,000 and generally take between 5 to 10 working days to first draft stage depending on the actual work involved and a range of other factors.*
*Fees quoted are exclusive of GST, office expenses and disbursements (if any). The factors affecting how our fees may be determined are prescribed by the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act (Lawyers: Conduct and Client Care) Rules 2008.
28 June, 2017 | Bret Gower