Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

Where do you put a disclaimer?

You put a disclaimer in visible places on your website. For your disclaimer to be valid in the event of a legal claim, it needs to be visible to users.

Some visible locations to put your disclaimer include your website footer, product description pages, and within your terms and conditions.

Related Questions

Put disclaimers in places where they can be easily seen by users.

Look at disclaimer examples to understand where other websites place similar disclaimers to the ones your site needs.

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