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By accessing and using this website, you accept and agree to be bound by the terms and provision of this agreement. In addition, when using this website particular services, you shall be subject to any posted guidelines or rules applicable to such services, which may be posted and modified from time to time. All such guidelines or rules are hereby incorporated by reference into the TOS.
ANY PARTICIPATION IN THIS SITE WILL CONSTITUTE ACCEPTANCE OF THIS AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE ABOVE, PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS SITE.
This will help ensure that the proceeding TOS is legally enforceable and that the user did in fact agree to the terms and conditions.

Disclaiming Accuracy of Information

Now that you have considered the overall style and begun writing the terms of use, the next issue is protecting yourself from any – well, at least as much as you can – legal liability.
An important clause that most website’s terms of use will have is one disclaiming any responsibility for the accuracy of the information on the website. For example, consider including a statement such as: “This site and its components are offered for informational purposes only; this site shall not be responsible or liable for the accuracy, usefulness or availability of any information transmitted or made available via the site, and shall not be responsible or liable for any error or omissions in that information.” Such a statement will help protect you against liability in the event that someone relied upon your information available on your website.
Along the same theme, you should also include a disclaimer for any liability resulting in the use of your website. This liability might arise from someone actually following any tips you might suggest or even just using the website itself. For example, in a very rare situation, someone might have an epileptic seizure brought about by viewing a certain video on your site. A disclaimer addressing these issues can help protect you from liability.

Intellectual Property Rights

Possible copyright infringement is another common issue that can come up websites. It is imperative to include some information about where someone – either a third-party or the owner of the copyright – can report infringement. At the very least, consider including a simple statement in the terms of use making your email available to anyone that believes their intellectual property rights have been infringed upon.

Any disputes whichever or whoever arises that will be judicialized in Samastipur Civil Court or Patna High Court. All database and interim property in neither transferable nor movable but can be used after licensing it from "Neal Kashyap".

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