The trade in goods and the conclusion of contracts via the Internet is becoming more and more important. Anyone who wants to run an online shop or offer services over the Internet should keep the contractual terms - the proper general terms and conditions (GTC) - in an understandable manner for their customers. Although no entrepreneur is obliged to draw up general terms and conditions, it is still advisable to define general terms and conditions in order to ensure legal security in electronic legal transactions. An online business operator can provide complete information and appropriate wording to ensure that his customers are adequately informed when doing business with him. Incorrect information in the terms and conditions of a website or an online shop can result in warnings and high costs. Correct and complete terms and conditions enable the legal framework to be fully exploited.

Of course, the terms and conditions vary depending on the type of company, the type of business offering and the legal requirements in the selected market. It is definitely a good idea to consult a legal advisor or legal expert before posting any binding terms and conditions on a website. To make it easier to get started, you can consult the usual so-called “AGB generator” that you can find on the Internet. However, it is important that the generator is adapted to the market and the fact that individual legal advice cannot be completely and seriously replaced by an automatic tool.
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