Website Terms and Conditions (Retailer to Consumers)These terms and conditions for online sales can be used for the online sale of goods and related services by retailers to consumers. They are drafted in favor of the retailer.
These terms and conditions for online sales can be used for the online sale of goods and related services by retailers to consumers. They are drafted in favor of the retailer.
Article 2. of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governs the sale of goods, while agreements for the provision of services are generally governed by applicable state common law. Thus, this document refers to the UCC’s application, but note that courts sometimes apply the principles of Article 2 to the provision of services (particularly when an agreement calls for the provision of both goods and services), and as such, both Article 2 and state common law apply to such contracts.
This document assumes that the buyer is purchasing the goods for its own use and/or incorporating them into its products. If the buyer is a reseller/distributor, these terms must be revised accordingly.
This document is intended to be used solely by U.S. entities engaging in business in the U.S. It is also intended for use in B2C transactions, which are governed by relevant Federal consumer protection laws, including the Magnuson-Moss Warranty-Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act, 15 USC §§ 2301 to 2312.
What this Website Terms and Conditions covers:
Terms for payment, shipping and returns.
Representations and Warranties.
Intellectual Property protection clauses.
Other names for the Website Terms and Conditions include:
Terms and Conditions for Online Sales.
E-Commerce Terms and Conditions.
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