1. A clause that clearly indicates what constitures the buyer's agreement to the terms of the offer, such as a box containing the word "I accept" that the buyer can lik on to indicate acceptance.
2. A provision specifying how payment for the goods (including any applicable taxes) must be made.
3. A statement of the seller's refund and return policies.
4. Disclaimers of liability for certain uses of the goods. For example, an online seller of business forms may add a disclaimer that the seller does not accept responsibility for the buyer's reliance on the forms rather than on an
5. A provision specifying the remedies available to the buyer if the goods are found to be defective or if the contract is otherwise breached. Any limitation of remedies should be clearly spelled out.
6. A statement indicating how the seller will use the information gathered about the buyer.
7. Provisions relating to dispute settlement, such as an arbitration clause, a choice-of-law clause, or a forum-selection clause