These Website Disclaimers may be inserted onto a website, and operate as a caution to visitors to avoid making any decisions based on the information provided.
Summary These Website Disclaimers may be used for insertion onto a website.
Who should use these Website Disclaimers? A person that has a website, specifically containing information, reviews, guidance and other documents on their site, may consider using these Website Disclaimers. The Disclaimers caution the reader that the website owner cannot be held liable for damages as a result of a reader’s reliance on the information in the website. There are three different notices provided:
- A general disclaimer;
- A disclaimer advising against reliance on the information, for example for legal, accounting, financial services or medical websites;
- A disclaimer against the formation of a professional relationship.
What do these Website Disclaimers look like? The disclaimers each consist of a simple clause that can be inserted on the website page.
What do you need to do to use these Website Disclaimers?
- Identify which clause you wish to insert into the website.
- Change the clause if desired, and ensure that the clause is inserted on the website.
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