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What is a legally binding agreement?

A legally binding agreement is a contract between two parties that outlines specific rules or restrictions. Legally binding agreements can be used in official legal proceedings. Both parties must accept the terms in the contract for the agreement to be legally binding.

Examples of legally binding agreements include business contracts, privacy policies, and terms and conditions.

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Terms and conditions are common legally binding agreements for websites.

If you own a website, use a terms and conditions template to create a legally binding contract between your site and its users.

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