Digital marketplace website terms and conditions

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Terms and conditions for a marketplace website enabling the supply of digital products.

Author: Alasdair Taylor
Updated: 18 October 2019
Length: 19 pages
Notes: 24 pages
Format: MS Word (.DOCX)

This document sets out the legal basis upon which the operator of a digital marketplace website provides access and services to users.

The basic idea of a marketplace is that the operator is not a party to the contract between the supplier of digital products and the customer. This reduces legal risks for the operator. Nonetheless, the operator will not want to take a completely "hands off" approach, as the behaviour of suppliers will directly affect the reputation of the marketplace.

Under the legal structure envisaged by these terms and conditions, the marketplace is a service provided to suppliers. The suppliers may pay for this service by way of fees or commission, or some combination of fees and commission. While customers pay suppliers for the digital products, there is no paid supply of services by the operator to the customers.

Summary licensing terms for the digital products are included in the document. In some cases you may want to use this document in conjunction with a separate licensing document, such as a EULA.

  1. Introduction
  2. Copyright notice
  3. Licence to use website
  4. Acceptable use
  5. Use on behalf of organisation
  6. Buyer registration and accounts
  7. Seller registration and accounts
  8. User login details
  9. Cancellation and suspension of account
  10. Services for sellers
  11. Seller stores
  12. Seller listings
  13. Digital product rules
  14. Marketplace contracting process
  15. Digital product terms and conditions of supply
  16. Distance contracts: cancellation right
  17. Marketplace fees
  18. Payments
  19. Our role
  20. Reviews
  21. User reviews
  22. Your content: licence
  23. Your content: rules
  24. Report abuse
  25. Limited warranties
  26. Limitations and exclusions of liability
  27. Indemnity
  28. Breaches of these terms and conditions
  29. Third party websites
  30. Trade marks
  31. Variation
  32. Assignment
  33. Severability
  34. Third party rights
  35. Entire agreement
  36. Law and jurisdiction
  37. Statutory and regulatory disclosures
  38. Our details

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