Website Disclaimer (General)

Website Disclaimer (General)

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A website disclaimer provides notice to the visitor of the website and is used to limit liability of the legal issues that may arise when a user visits the website.

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A website disclaimer may also be referred to as a website notice.

Use this Website Disclaimer if:

  • You have a website and would like to limit the liability your website may induce.

What does the Website Disclaimer cover?

  • Limitation of liability
  • External links
  • Intellectual property infringement of external websites

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