Website Terms & Conditions

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Website Terms and Conditions (User Agreement) is the most important policy which will govern the entire use of any Website by the user, it is also considered to be a declaration or a legal document that discloses some or all of the ways a party (the website) gathers, uses, discloses and manages a customer or client’s data. In India, the Information Technology Rules require a body corporate to provide a privacy policy for handling of or dealing in personal information, making the privacy policy a must-have for all websites.

Website Terms & Conditions is a legal document that the user must abide by while using a website or e-commerce platform or mobile application. Website terms and conditions agreement usually provides terms of use of the website or mobile application, details of trademark or copyright rights, disclaimer of liability, acceptable use clause, details to be provided as per the Information Technology Act, 2000  and applicable jurisdiction in case of dispute.

In India under the Information Technology Rules, Password, Financial information such as Bank account or credit card or debit card, Physical, Biometric Information etc. are some of the data’s which is considered as sensitive personal data to which the rules of Information Technology Act is applicable.


Nyayasevak has introduced this unique feature of drafting the Website Terms and Conditions which is usually called as User Agreement by your own. Our eminent Team of experts at Nyayasevak, as soon as receives such inquiry will immediately scrutinize the said Agreement and will contact you during the working hours and will accordingly suggest appropriate corrections, if any. Our eminent team of experts at NYAYASEVAK will assist you fully during the course of drafting the said Agreement.


Terms and conditions agreement is a page on a website that sets out the rights and responsibilities of anyone using the site. It effectively forms a contract between the site and the user.
Website terms of use, also known as website terms and conditions or terms of service, govern the use of a website by visitors. These are distinct from terms and conditions of business which are concerned with the e-commerce aspects of selling goods or services online, rather than the way in which a website is used.
The answer is yes. It is important to be aware that when agreeing to a written contract, it does not need to be signed by both parties to be legally binding. In many cases there is no need for a written document to be prepared and/or signed in order for there to be a “contract”
An enforceable contract requires an offer, acceptance, consideration, and, in some cases, a writing. In some instances, there is no long-term agreement in place and each purchase order (offer), and supply of goods and invoice (performance) constitutes its own contract.
Yes, if they meet the elements that create a legally binding contract and how the terms are presented to the user for review and acceptance on the website. Terms of Service are the terms and conditions users consent to before using or purchasing goods or services on a website.


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