A mandatory element of the development of a successful electronic store is the creation of General Terms and Conditions for the use of an online store, which are tailored to the type of goods and services offered, consumer protection and the legal framework in the field of electronic commerce.
The general terms and conditions represent a contract between each user and the trader managing the given online store, therefore their content should be in accordance with a number of international and national legal acts such as the Consumer Protection Act, the Electronic Commerce Act, the Competition Protection Act, the General Regulation for personal data protection, the Personal Data Protection Act, etc.
If the regulation of some element of relations with consumers is omitted in the content of the General Terms and Conditions, this may not only lead to unwanted difficulties in online commerce, but also to the risk of sanctions by regulatory bodies such as the Consumer Protection Commission ( KZP), Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC), etc.
We at LEXDIA can assist you with the preparation of General Terms and Conditions for the use of an online store, in accordance with all applicable regulations, with which to avoid possible disputes with users and sanctions from regulatory authorities. We also offer preparation of the General Terms and Conditions in English.