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Website Disclaimer Policy

A Disclaimer is a notice in your website policy to limit your liability for the outcome of the use of the website. This policy protects the interest of the website owner. The Website Disclaimer is a type of legal notice covering some key points of operation of the website. It’s a shorter version of Website terms and conditions. Website Disclaimer Policy explains usage and limitation of liability.

In short, it’s a legal document that explains what kind of personal information you gather from customers, how you use this information, and how you keep it safe. It’s hard to make a well-drafted Website Disclaimer Policy for you with a clear and concise message, but, no worry! We are here to help you.

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How to use it?

This website copyright notice and disclaimer can be used by any website or blog or e-commerce store. All websites can use this to indicate to readers and users of their website the legal conditions that restrict the use of information and any other sensitive data or details displayed on the website. The disclaimer can be displayed in a prominent place on the website. This indicates the readers/customers to bide by the rules for use of information available on the website.

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What is a Disclaimer?

A disclaimer is an official statement that protects your business from legal liability. Your disclaimer policy functions as a warning sign when users visit your blog or site. It notifies readers that your advice, products, or services may harm them, and that you cannot be held responsible.


Some types of disclaimers also discourage users from stealing your website content, and protect your intellectual property. For example, a copyright disclaimer discloses your ownership of certain content or materials.

Where to Put a Disclaimer on Your Website

A disclaimer can be included in several places on your site. Many businesses create a separate disclaimer page for their website, which they link to in their homepage footer. Others add the full disclaimer to their terms and conditions. If you’re based in Germany, Austria or Switzerland, you can also combine your disclaimers and impressum onto one page.


Because disclaimers operate as a legal safeguard, they should be visible and accessible to users. If they are difficult to find, or are deceptively placed on a webpage, there could be legal repercussions.


To protect your website from liabilities, remember to also include a terms and conditions agreement and a privacy policy on your site, so that users are aware of your guidelines and data collection practices.

Contents of Website Disclaimer Policy:

  1. Introduction.

  2. License to use the website.

  3. Acceptable use.

  4. Limited Warranties.

  5. Limitation and Exclusion of liability.

  6. Copyright Notice.

  7. A variation clause.

  8. Severability.

  9. Governing Law and Dispute resolution clause.

  10. A provision specifying some of the information which needs to be disclosed under the E-commerce Regulations.

  11. An entire agreement clause.

In the most basic way, A disclaimer is a statement that you are not responsible for something. It basically protects your website and you from claims of liability. It protects you and your website from legal action.

The disclaimer mainly includes website owner, website referring to, liability accepted or not accepted by the website owner and the website owner’s policy towards third party links from their website.