When taking your business online, you may be implementing e-commerce software such as Shopify or using an online platform host such as Teachable.
Whilst these technologies and platforms can be very useful in setting up and running your business, you need to be careful when using them without having your own legal protections in place.
Most of these types of software and online platforms have their own sets of terms and conditions which set out their conditions of use.
The terms and conditions of other platforms, such as Shopify and Teachable, may not have been drafted by lawyers or may not be enforceable by courts in Australia should anything go awry.
Your own set of terms and conditions need to set out how your business uses and interacts with Shopify, Teachable, or any other online software or platform, as well as the other specific details relating to your business, the products or services it provides, and ultimately what your consumers are entitled to receive.
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