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Who wrote your service agreement terms?

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4:34 pm on Jun 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I'm creating a membership website and need to have a service agreement terms document written up. Has anyone here been through this process before? Who did you hire to write them? I'd like to use someone who has done this before and is familiar with area of the law..

Suggestions?

Thanks,

Jason

8:57 pm on June 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I do them by self, but you can get a lawyer to do it for you, but will cost a lot of money (At least in my state). Look at other Terms of services on other sites to get ideas. You don't need to be a pro to do it!
9:27 pm on June 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I agree, you don't need to pay a lawyer - after all, what lawyers do is look at the work of other lawyers (precedents) and copy the best of what they see - it's not plagiarism, it's called 'being influenced by' *_*

so, have a look at maybe 10 other sites on the web and hava look at theirs, then tweak them till you get a result that you think is good.

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so, have a look at maybe 10 other sites on the web and hava look at theirs, then tweak them till you get a result that you think is good.

What a (half decent) lawyer would notice is what's *missing*.

TJ