We publish probably the widest range of website T&Cs documents available in English. The full range of documents are available both on website-contracts.co.uk (as MS Word documents) and Docular (where they can be edited online and downloaded in a variety of formats, including HTML). We generally recommend using Docular.
A selection of our website T&Cs documents are listed in the tables below, but we have many more variations on website-contracts.co.uk and Docular.
These are terms and conditions for common types of free-to-use website.
|Blog terms and conditions||T&Cs for a free-to-use blog, including provisions relating to blog comments.||Link||Link|
|Brochure website terms and conditions||T&Cs for a company or business website that acts as the online equivalent of a brochure.||Link||Link|
|Affiliate website terms and conditions||For use in relation to websites publishiing and making money from affiliate links.||Link||Link|
|Social network terms and conditions||For a website offering social network functionality: user-generated content, messaging, groups, etc.||Link||Link|
Specialised informational websites
These terms and conditions of use are for websites that publish special types of information.
|News website terms and conditions||T&Cs for a website that publishes news.||Link||Link|
|Financial website terms and conditions||A document to govern the use of a (non-regulated) website publishing financial information.||Link||Link|
|Medical website terms and conditions||The publication of medical information can create special risks; these T&Cs take account of those risks.||N/A||Link|
|Legal website terms and conditions||These T&Cs include special disclaimers in relation to legal information and advice.||Link||Link|
Website selling products or digital downloads
These documents cover the use of websites selling products or digital downloads. They do not cover the contract of sale itself, but we do have a wide range of documents and packs that serve that purpose.
|Online shop terms and conditions||These T&Cs govern the use of a website selling physical products. Use in conjnuction with our T&Cs of sale via a website document.|