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  Post #11 (permalink)   03-26-2017, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by nodhop View Post
I would advise to declare with terms and conditions; otherwise there's no legal contract for both parties to which you could be liable for in the end. I would not force them as it were, but if they don't agree then simply ask why? It wouldn't hurt I'm sure.
Regardless if you have a tick box or not, if they take out hosting with you then they are legally bound by your TOS.

Getting a user to tick a box accepting the TOS at the purchase point is more legally binding as the law looks at it as if they read the TOS and accepted them.
Also if i use does not agree with any of your TOS then they dont tick the box, which means they wont be able to proceed with the order ( which they wont if they dont agree with your TOS anyway)
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