Do you publish information or provide advice on your website?If YES then people could rely incorrectly on your information or advice and your website needs a WEBSITE DISCLAIMER You never know, the information you publish could be out of date; any advice you offer may be misused or misinterpreted by your visitors; and so on. Again, most websites are providing information, so you should probably have, at least, a general Website Disclaimer to protect yourself and your business.
Do you sell goods and/or services on your website?If YES then your website should say you comply with Australian Consumer Law and provide refund, warranty and shipping information in TERMS & CONDITIONS In addition you also need to include a statement that you comply with the Australian Consumer Law. Not all websites sell goods and services, so you might not need to post Terms and Conditions. But the ACCC is cracking down on e-commerce sites in Australia and starting to issue penalties to non-complying websites. So don’t get caught out if you sell goods and services online.
Note: the above information is not intended to be, and should not be, interpreted as constituting legal advice.
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