How It Works
The document lays out the manner in which the website shall be used, defines restrictive uses, accountability for online actions, behavior, conduct and the rights and obligatons of the parties.
- Manner of use
- Restrictions in use
- Ownership rights
- License to use
- Limitation of liability
- Governing law and dispute resolution
- Amendments to Terms
Our standard deliverables for every document drafting includes:
- 60 Minutes of Talk-Time with the Lawyer for drafting/reviewing the Agreement
- First draft of the documents will be delivered to you within a maximum of 2 working days
- Post-delivery of the first draft – Iterations in the master Document to incorporate your suggestions/changes
- Senior Expert Lawyers: We will get your document drafted/reviewed by Senior Expert Lawyers, skilled in IT laws. You can track the progress of your document on our platform at all times.
- 4.5 Customer Score: Clients are delighted with our service! They have consistently rated us high because of our focus on delivering quality output and providing regular updates.
- Responsible Delivery: Our team of experienced business advisors are just a phone call away. Our team will ensure that your interaction with the expert lawyer is smooth and seamless and the document draft is delivered to you within the committed timeline.
- Indian Contract Act, 1872
- Information Technology Act, 2002
- Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules 2021
- Copyright Act, 1957
- Trade Marks Act, 1999
- Consumer Protection Act, 2019
Frequently Asked Question
Is it mandatory to appoint a grievance officer?
Yes, as per IT Act, 2000, it is mandatory to appoint a grievance officer who will handle all the complains of the users in a timely manner.
- It prevents abuse of the website or the application usage.
- It provides remedies in case of abuse.
- It secures the ownership of the content in the website or the mobile application.
- It reserves the right for the website/app owner to terminate the access of certain users in case of abuse.
- It limits the liability of the website/application owner.
- It provides for the manner in which the disputes are to be resolved.
The term 'Intermediary' refers to the website that interacts with its user in any manner. This covers almost every modern day website or application.
It is generally placed at the bottom or the website.
What our users have to say
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Kishore Kamble, Pune
I had purchased a flat in Bangalore. The builder had delayed possession from the committed date. I was paying a high EMI and rent which increased my monthly cash outflow and this left me with no money at the end of the month. I was very stressed and didn’t know what to do. I came across LegalKart and their Property Expert Lawyer advised me to send a legal notice to the Builder and also appeal to the RERA for the delayed possession. I got compensation from the builder for the delay and finally also got possession of my flat.
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