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Master Geek
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Topic # 118976 15-May-2013 15:02
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Hey guys,

After any recommendations for company/contract lawyers for sorting out some Terms and Conditions for a website I will be launching soonish. Budget is tight, so would prefer towards the lower end of the pay scale.
I have a draft version already, but it's more or less a direct copy from another website so would need wording changed around quite a bit and also double checked to make it unique.

Preferably in Auckland, but I suppose doesn't have to be.

I have checked the lawyer regsitry, but I don't even know what sector Terms and Conditions writing falls under. Company law? Contract law?


Many thanks :)

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  Reply # 820149 15-May-2013 15:31
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No recommendations but this could be a good start: http://www.netlawman.co.nz/dl/trading-on-the-internet



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  Reply # 820163 15-May-2013 15:58
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Interesting website - thanks.

Unfortunately the T&C's need to cover some quite specific areas which won't be in any templates, so a one stop shop won't really suffice in this case. I have however, downloaded their privacy policy, so all is not lost.


It's funny, it seems of all trades, lawyers seem to be the hardest to get recomendations for!

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  Reply # 820196 15-May-2013 16:47
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Buddle Finlay did T&Cs and a Privacy Policy for us. We required some custom terms and specialised requirements to suit our business.

Set us back about $600 a few years back.

It's probably important to reach out and find a lawyer who you can work with down the track as business develops. Most offer free initial consultations.

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