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It's a basic principle of contract that no one is bound by terms which they don't know exist. If someone doesn't know they're part of a contractual relationship, you can't enforce those terms. To avoid having your users claim that they weren't aware of your terms, it's a smart idea to get the most clear and formal agreement to your Terms as possible.

For example, fashion retailer Collectif asks users to check a box before they can create an account. The box is next to a statement that says the user has "read and accepted" the Terms and Conditions. Because of this, clicking the box clearly proves that the user is accepting being bound by the Terms:

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It's a basic principle of contract that no one is bound by terms which they don't know exist. If someone doesn't know they're part of a contractual relationship, you can't enforce those terms. To avoid having your users claim that they weren't aware of your terms, it's a smart idea to get the most clear and formal agreement to your Terms as possible.

For example, fashion retailer Collectif asks users to check a box before they can create an account. The box is next to a statement that says the user has "read and accepted" the Terms and Conditions. Because of this, clicking the box clearly proves that the user is accepting being bound by the Terms:

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It's a basic principle of contract that no one is bound by terms which they don't know exist. If someone doesn't know they're part of a contractual relationship, you can't enforce those terms. To avoid having your users claim that they weren't aware of your terms, it's a smart idea to get the most clear and formal agreement to your Terms as possible.

For example, fashion retailer Collectif asks users to check a box before they can create an account. The box is next to a statement that says the user has "read and accepted" the Terms and Conditions. Because of this, clicking the box clearly proves that the user is accepting being bound by the Terms: