@Kirsten @CynthiaReynolds A global terms of service doesn’t make sense to me, as this is totally “local legislation dependent”.We have a French lawyer reviewing ours at the moment, we did start with basically mainly translating the international one but there are stuff we need to adapt to local legislations.
Especially in those “terms of service” should be included “selling general conditions” (don’t know if there is an equivalent, in France we differentiate “Usage general conditions” and “selling general conditions”. As a commercial entity (Saas service) we need to make our customers consent to our “selling general conditions” when they buy our service. But the tricky part is that our hubs, as commercial entities, need to have their customers consent to their “selling general conditions”.
That’s what we are reviewing with that lawyer to see how other marketplaces do (like Amazon) and see if that makes more sense to include some generic “selling general conditions” in the OFfrance terms of service (if that’s possible) so hubs don’t have to write their own, or if we adopt a logic where hubs need to link in their enterprise menu the url of their own “selling general conditions” and we will need to add some checkbox at checkout time.
Will share that anyway when I have a feedback from our lawyer.