Legal ICT

  • Avenue Louise 65
  • 1000 Brussels
Phone
+32 (0)2 535 77 55
E-mail
info@legalict.com
CoC
0696.909.465
VAT
BE 0696.909.465

Our services / General terms and conditions / Terms of service

Terms of service are necessary in order to do business in a transparent and secure way.

Whether you are a web shop owner, ICT service provider or a web developer; good general terms and conditions/terms of service are critical for every business transaction. They provide clarity to both you and your clients, preventing conflicts about uncertainties between you in this way.

Every organisation needs their own general terms and conditions/terms of service, tailored to their needs. For example:

  • ICT service providers might include clauses about support, client requests, additional work, licenses and more.
  • Web developers should pay special attention to clauses about intellectual property, completion, testing and acceptance.
  • Web shops have to comply with e-commerce law and have to include certain clauses such as the speed of their deliveries, payment possibilities and the right of return (and its exceptions).

Also, more general clauses, e.g. liability or prices and payment, need to be tailored to your business operations. We can provide you with new general terms and conditions/terms of service, or a review of your current terms.

WOULD YOU LIKE MORE INFORMATION? 

Send an e-mail to: info@legalict.com or call us at: +32 (0)2 535 77 55. You can also use the form below: one of our legal advisors will get back to you very soon.

Contact



  • Your personal information will only be used to contact you as requested by you. Please read the privacy statement for more information.

Similar services

  • Website Terms of Service

    Can visitors post their own contributions on your website, such as responses to a blog or messages on a forum?

  • Software patents in Europe

    Patenting software? Yes, that’s possible – although the rules are strict these days, especially in Europe but also in the USA after the Alice ruling of the Supreme Court.