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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Online terms and conditions - sale of services to a consumer
     Online terms and conditions - sale of services to a consumerSelling services via a website to a consumer is regarded as a distance contract and so is subject to the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges Regulations 2013.  They provide a consumer with a right to cool off or change their mind within a certain period of time.  As well as being familiar with the Regulations, you must also be aware that selling services to a consumer is now subject to the Consumer Rights Act 2015....
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Internet marketing
    Internet marketing Marketing your business using a website is all about generating good publicity to increase your customer base. However, legislation is in place to govern what you can and can't do. Use this checklist to ensure that your business markets things in the right way and stays on the right side of the law.
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Sale of goods agreement
     Sale of goods agreementBusinesses are generally free to enter into contracts on whatever terms they see fit to agree. However, The Sale of Goods Act 1979 underpins any transactions that involve goods being sold.  This is not to be confused with the Consumer Rights Act 2015, which only applies to contracts made between traders and consumers.   What are the essential terms of the Sale of Goods Act?  There are terms implied into all contracts for the sale of goods and these are found in sections 12-15 of...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Heads of terms
    ... a negotiation. They can set out the basis of the proposed agreement in skeleton form, which can later be used to help draft the contract, as well as highlighting those areas that require further negotiation. But what if the full contract never appears?A major risk with this kind of document is that it can divert the parties' attention from completing the contract towards starting the work - and the negotiation process can fall by the wayside as a result.And if something then goes wrong, the heads of terms...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - How to get paid on time
    How to get paid on time There are no real secrets to prompt payment. But following some basic rules will certainly help.  
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Getting your publicity right
    Getting your publicity rightYou are legally required to ensure your website sets out certain details about your business. Use this checklist to make sure the publicity on your site is right up-to-date.
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Conditions of settlement of invoice
    Conditions of settlement of invoiceIf you did not (or forgot to) give your customer your standard terms and conditions before you delivered their order to them, and there's a problem, you may be able to put some conditions of settlement on the back of your invoices.IncorporateIt will generally be too late to incorporate written terms and conditions by sending them out to the customer after the contract for goods or services has been made. However, if you do business with someone on a regular basis, there may...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Dos and dont's with clients and customers
    Dos and don'ts with clients and customersThe customer is always right! Actually, they're not. But following our basic dos and don'ts should help ensure a trouble-free relationship. 
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - What should your terms and conditions include
    What should your terms and conditions include? This checklist includes all the essentials of a contract (needed to protect your position) and several that you can include to suit the needs of your business.  
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Business-to-business terms and conditions of sale
    Business-to-business terms and conditions of saleStay ahead in your business dealings by using this model of standard terms and conditions for supplying goods to your business customers.Late payment chargesIn addition to charging interest on monies due on an unpaid invoice these conditions reserve the right to charge a late payment fee (if you feel it is commercially prudent).Cancellation paymentsWhere a business customer has cancelled an order, you may if you wish, charge a cancellation payment (which must...
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