Terms & Conditions for your Singapore website or mobile app

Use our expert lawyers to prepare Terms & Conditions together with all the necessary policies for your website or app to stay in full compliance with Singapore statutory requirements. We work with online shops, marketplaces, eCommerce sites and apps, and content and service providers. Send us your inquiry and get a free quote from our team.

Terms of Service, Terms and Conditions, Terms of Use, User agreement, End-user license agreement (EULA) basically all mean the same thing. These  are the terms under which users can use your website or app. Not sure exactly what type of document you need? We’ve got you covered.

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How can I get my Terms & Conditions from Advomi?

At Advomi, we know that every website and every app is unique. That’s why we avoid using templates for terms, policies, and user agreements. We apply an individual approach to every case. Getting your Terms & Conditions is easy:

What should the Terms & Conditions of a website or a mobile app include?

The Terms of Service (also known as Terms of Use or Terms & Conditions) govern the relationship between you as an operator of a website and its users. The content of your terms depends on the nature of your website. Naturally, if you are a content provider, you may want to emphasize the protection of your intellectual property like defining acceptable use and license of published materials. For online shops, you must emphasize compliance with criteria in the Singapore legislation. You may need to specify order, delivery, and return policies. On the other hand, if you want to use a payment service provider you will also need to comply with the requirements of the specific providers.

Other popular content for common terms of service includes a data protection policy (privacy policy), disclaimers of liability or content accuracy, user access and fair use policy, termination, governing laws and jurisdiction.

The Terms of Service (Terms of Use, Terms & Conditions) govern the relationship between you as an operator of the website and its users. The content of your terms depends on the nature of your website. Naturally, if you are a content provider, you may want to emphasize the protection of your intellectual property like defining acceptable use and license of the published materials. For online shops, you should emphasize on meeting the compliance criteria provided for in the Singapore legislation. You may need to specify order, delivery and return policies. On the other hand, if you want to use a payment service provider you will also need to comply with the requirements of the specific providers.

Other popular content for common terms of service includes a data protection policy (privacy policy), disclaimers of liability or content accuracy, user access and fair use policy, termination, governing laws and jurisdiction.

FAQ for Terms & Conditions

While Terms of Service (Terms & Conditions, Terms of Use, etc.) are not specifically required by law they do contain information that must be published on your website – privacy protection, consumer protection, owner identification, etc. It is best to combine this content in a single legally binding document together with other clauses that protect your rights.

The Terms of Service/Terms & Conditions are essentially a contract between you and the users of your website. As such, they are enforceable by Singapore law. However, in order to enforce your terms, the users must accept them. This usually happens with a click on a checkbox or a similar action.

Your Terms & Conditions should include details of the website owner. You also must identify as a company if you are selling goods or services through your website.

You are the owner of the website and can change the conditions under which users can use it at any time. However, you must notify your users of the change and provide them with an option to accept the changes.

Online marketplaces for various services are an exciting and quickly developing niche. We can prepare terms and conditions for you to  manage the relationships between buyers and sellers and between you and your users. Marketplace documentation is somewhat common since most marketplaces tend to have similar terms and conditions, but certain industries have their own specifics which must also be considered when designing the legal framework of your marketplace.

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