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1. Medical information disclaimers

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These disclaimers are intended for use on a website. They attempt to limit the website publisher's liability in relation to medical information on the website. Almost identical disclaimer text is incorporated into our medical website terms and conditions template.

2. Legal information disclaimers

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Some types of legal publishing are more risky than others - but any website that publishes legal information brings some level of risk and it is usually sensible to include a disclaimer alongside legal information. This disclaimer is used, in slightly modified form, in our legal website terms and conditions template.

3. Bookkeeping terms and conditions

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These T&Cs are designed for a bookkeeping services business to use as its standard terms of trading. The T&Cs are, as at the date of drafting, broadly consistent with the codes of ethics and rules promulgated by the principal bookkeeping industry bodies in the UK, namely the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB), the International Association of Book-keepers (IAB) and the Association of ...

4. Legal website terms and conditions

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There is a great deal of legal information on the web. Much of this information is published on websites with a legal focus, whether those of law firms, barristers' chambers, NGOs, legal journals, legal support businesses or individual lawyers. The legal information comes in many forms: subject introductions, summaries of statutes, case reports, professional practice notes, academic analysis, and so on. One risk that almost ...

5. Medical website terms and conditions

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This template may be used to create the terms and conditions for a medical information website. The medical information may be wholly or partially unavailable to unregistered users. However, the template is unsuitable for websites requiring users to pay for access to the information. The publication of medical information carries with it special risk. A reader might refrain from seeing a doctor, stop taking medication ...

6. Financial website terms and conditions

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This document was created for use on websites that provide financial data and information free of charge, providing that neither they nor their activities are regulated under the law relating to financial services and financial promotions. The default text assumes that the website will be UK-based. Optionally, the website operator may prohibit users from outside the jurisdiction. This may be useful where the website ...

7. Accountancy website terms and conditions

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Accountants' websites - and indeed other websites that publish accountancy-related content - present particular risks. There are various ways in which a person may suffer loss by following advice or guidance relating to accountancy. For instance, acting upon out-of-date or summary information could result in non-compliance with the laws relating to accounts preparation. This terms and conditions document is intended to help mitigate ...

8. Financial subscription website terms and conditions

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These T&Cs have been designed for websites providing financial information and finance-related services to businesses on a subscription basis, providing that it should not be used in relation to regulated financial services, The document combines the provisions of our B2B subscription website T&Cs with financial information disclaimers from our financial website T&Cs. These T&Cs are unsuitable for use in relation ...

9. Financial lead generation website terms and conditions

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This T&Cs template is designed for websites that generate leads for financial services businesses. The terms and conditions include a specific disclaimer concerning financial information. However, the document is not suitable for businesses conducting any activity that is regulated under financial services law. If you are uncertain whether you business is regulated, you should take specialist legal advice. The T&Cs also include provisions ...