What are exclusion clauses in terms and conditions?

Exclusion clauses are provisions found in terms and conditions that exclude or limit your business' liability if a fault with the goods or services or another breach of contract causes loss to the customer.

There is in existence legislation to protect consumers when considering exclusion clauses.

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