Trial Terms and Conditions of Service

Website / Mobile App

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Description:

This is a Trial Terms and Conditions or User/ Subscriber Agreement for a Website or Mobile App. The user is deemed to have accepted them by using the service and the terms will expire after the trial period.

This document explains the right and obligations of the user of the service provided by your company. The sections included in this template of Terms and Conditions are as follows:

  1. Registration as a user

  2. Trial period

  3. License

  4. Disclaimer

  5. Online conduct and illegal behaviour

  6. User-generated content

  7. Applicable law

  8. Miscellaneous

How to use this Document?

This is a Trial Terms and Conditions or User/ Subscriber Agreement for a Website or Mobile App. Members should review and amend the policy carefully and tailor it in accordance with the need of your business.

How to Tailor the Document for Your Need?

  1. Create Document: Click the “Create Document” button and fill in any additional information by following the step-by-step guide on the left-hand side of the preview document and clicking the “Next” button.

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Document Type:

Terms and conditions / policy / form

Category:

Business > Intellectual Property / Information Technology > Terms and Conditions & Subscription Agreement

 
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