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    Default Business policy and terms

    Do terms and condition and policy need to be approved by someone.

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    Not generally, so long as they are legal - that is that they don't contravene any existing legislation etc

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    We're do I check if its legal

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    If its something to do with refunds, warranties ect consumer affairs in your state will have all that info. I know sa has pretty much everything on their website

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    As a trader, it is ideal to you have your terms and conditions checked by a lawyer, both to ensure they do not offend legislation and that they adequately protect you.


 

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