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The main purpose of this website is to distribute free legal documents. At the moment, we have templates for website terms and conditions, copyright notices, website disclaimers, medical disclaimers, legal disclaimers, privacy statements, cookies policies, anti-spam policies and linking policies. We plan to add more documents in future.
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The templates are designed to fulfil some of the principal legal requirements of some of the major jurisdictions. However, every jurisdiction has its own particular rules. For this reason we do not (and indeed cannot) guarantee that the templates will meet the requirements of your legal system. Unfortunately, the only way to ensure that you meet all of the requirements of applicable law is to take legal advice from an appropriately qualified and experienced lawyer.