Website Terms of Sale - Sale of Goods (B2C)
These E-Commerce Sale of Goods Website Terms of Sale are designed for use by online retailers on e-commerce websites providing goods to consumers. These terms are sufficiently broad to cover virtually any kind of goods sold on a single-transaction basis.
Using consumer-friendly language, these e-commerce terms of sale guide customers through the order process, explaining the formation of the contract between them and the retailer, also setting out details on goods, pricing and availability (with particular regard for the accuracy of, and changes to such information), payment, delivery, risk and ownership.
Of particular importance is the customer’s right to cancel. In some cases this may arise because the goods do not comply with the contract. In other cases, the customer may wish to cancel under the 14-day cooling off period granted to them under the 2013 Consumer Contracts Regulations (extendable using the optional goodwill guarantee provisions). Detailed clauses deal with both avenues of cancellation providing guidance to customers on their rights and the appropriate steps to take.
Further key provisions deal with guarantees (including options both for guarantees provided by the retailer and for those provided by third party manufacturers), liability, events beyond the retailer’s control, customer complaints (with reference to complaints handling policies and procedures, templates for which are also available from Simply-Docs), contact information, and data protection.
Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused options should be removed from the document.
This document is duplicated in the Internet & E-Commerce group.
These Website Terms of Sale contain the following clauses:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
2. Information About Us
3. How to Contact Us
4. Access to Our Site and Use of Our Site
5. Changes to these Terms of Sale
6. Business Customers
[7. International Customers]
8. Goods, Descriptions, and Changes
10. Orders and How Contracts Are Formed
12. When You Own the Goods
14. Faulty, Damaged, or Incorrect Goods
15. Your Rights to Cancel and End the Contract
16. Cancelling and Ending the Contract if You Change Your Mind
17. Cancelling and Ending the Contract Because of Something We Have Done or Will Do
18. Returning Goods After Cancelling and Ending the Contract
20. Our Liability to Consumers
21. Complaints and Feedback
22. How We Use Your Personal Information
23. What Happens if We Transfer this Agreement to Another Party
24. Other Important Terms
[25. Alternative Dispute Resolution]
26. Law and Jurisdiction
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