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Terms & Conditions

In general, what should you cover in your Terms & Conditions?

1. Basic terms & conditions :-

i. Services Offered: Clearly define the services provided by the company, such as website design, search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, content creation, etc. Specify the scope of each service and any limitations.

ii. Client Responsibilities: Outline the responsibilities of the client, such as providing necessary information, materials, and feedback in a timely manner. Specify any prerequisites or requirements for the services to be performed.

iii. Pricing and Payment: Clearly state the pricing structure for the services offered, including any recurring fees, upfront payments, or additional charges. Specify the accepted payment methods, refund policy, and late payment terms.

iv. Intellectual Property: Specify the ownership and intellectual property rights of the delivered work. Clarify that the company retains the rights to any proprietary methodologies, templates, or tools used in providing the services.

v. Confidentiality: Include a clause to protect the confidentiality of client information and any proprietary or sensitive information exchanged during the engagement. Specify the limitations on disclosing or using such information.

vi. Project Timelines: Set expectations regarding project timelines, including estimated delivery dates and any potential delays that may occur. Outline the consequences or remedies for delays caused by either party.

vii. Minimum purchase of the package tenure should be within 6-12 months or more than that.

viii.Limitation of Liability: Specify the extent of the company's liability for any damages or losses incurred by the client. Include a disclaimer that the company is not responsible for any consequential or indirect damages.

ix. Dispute Resolution: Outline the process for resolving disputes or disagreements between the client and the company, such as through negotiation, mediation, or arbitration. Specify the jurisdiction or governing law applicable to the agreement.

x. Amendment and Waiver: State that the terms and conditions may be modified or waived only through written agreement by both parties. Clarify that any failure to enforce any provision of the agreement does not constitute a waiver of that provision.

2. Terms and Conditions:-

i. Minimum purchase of the package tenure should be within 6-12 months or more than that.

ii. That all data of the Other Party/Parties will secured with DASGUPTA TECH SOLUTION and will not be shared with any third party in any condition.

iii.The Other Party/Parties are bound to give a 45 days notice before the tenure of this instant Agreement ends otherwise the Agreement automatically will be renewed and the Other Party/Parties shall have to pay accordingly.That if the Other Party/Parties want to discontinue the to take services then Other Party/Parties has to pay the remaining full payment of total consideration amount.

iv. That if in any condition the situation arrives where the Other Party/Parties neglect to pay the monthly payment for consecutive 2 months then a Legal will be served against you and even that the Other Party/Parties neglected then a Legal action will be taken against the Other Party/Parties.

v. DASGUPTA TECH SOLUTION will confirm the order after confirmation mail given to any particular company.

vi. The payment schedule outlines when and how payments are due. It typically includes information such as the frequency of payments (e.g., monthly, quarterly, or upfront), the due dates, and the acceptable payment methods (e.g., bank transfer, credit card, or PayPal).

vii. Deposit or Retainer: Many companies require an upfront deposit or retainer fee before starting the project. This payment secures the company's services and resources, and it may be a percentage of the total project cost or a fixed amount.

viii. Project Cost and Pricing: The agreement should clearly state the project's total cost, broken down into individual services or milestones if applicable. The pricing structure can vary, such as a fixed fee, hourly rate, or a combination of both.

ix. Late Payment and Penalties: The terms should include information about late payment penalties, such as additional fees or interest charges. It's important to review these terms to understand the consequences of delayed or missed payments.

x. The terms and conditions should clearly state that the payment made by the customer/client is non-refundable. This indicates that once the payment is made, it will not be returned to the customer even if they decide to cancel the goods or services or if there is a breach of contract by either party.

xii. Acknowledgment of Non-Refundable Status: The customer/client should explicitly acknowledge and agree to the non-refundable nature of the payment. This can be done through a signed contract, acceptance of terms and conditions on a website, or any other legally valid means.

xiii. Cancellation or Termination: The terms and conditions should specify the circumstances under which cancellation or termination of the agreement may occur. It should also clearly state that any payments made prior to cancellation or termination are non-refundable.

xiv. . Exceptions: The terms and conditions should outline any exceptions or situations where a refund may be granted despite the non-refundable status. For example, this could include cases where the service provider fails to deliver the promised goods or services or breaches the contract in a significant way.

xv. Limitations: It's important to define any limitations or restrictions regarding the non-refundable payment. For instance, the terms and conditions may state that the payment can only be used towards a specific product, service, or event and cannot be transferred or exchanged.

xvi. Dispute Resolution: The terms and conditions should mention the mechanism for resolving disputes related to the non-refundable payment. This could include arbitration, mediation, or legal action, depending on the agreement and jurisdiction.

3. Copyrights and Trademarks:-

That all data of the Other Party/Parties will secured with DASGUPTA TECH SOLUTIONS and will not be shared with any third party in any condition.

All Works and services the done by DASGUPTA TECH SOLUTION will have no

* IND claim over that after completing the payments and delivery of the Services.

That DASGUPTA TECH SOLUTIONS can use elements/works/services provided to the Other Party/Parties for promotional purposes on their personal website/social media pages only and there will no claim by the Other Party/Parties

From that the Other Party/Parties will be rightful owner of that services/works/elements and they have all the rights and possession of that services/works.

5. Force Majeure:-

 Non-performance by either party hereunder, other than an obligation to pay money. shall be excused to the extent that performance is rendered impossible by strike, fire. flood, governmental acts, orders or restrictions, acts of God, or any other reason to the extent that the failure to perform is beyond the control of the non-performing party.

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