Bristol, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 22, 2009 -- While selling goods online has many advantages, budding online entrepreneurs need to be aware that special laws apply to distance sales and marketing in the UK, warns new free legal website Law Donut.
For example, under normal contract law a contract becomes binding when the offer is made and accepted. However, under distance selling regulations a customer normally has the right to cancel the purchase for seven days after the goods are delivered.
A comprehensive set of distance selling and marketing FAQs cover sellerâs rights and responsibilities, including tips to protect your interests are available, free, on Law Donut.
Developed by BHP Information Resources with backing from Google, Law Donut is a plain-English guide to UK business law thatâs been developed especially for SMEs.
It covers topics as diverse as credit control and debt recovery to intellectual property. As well as overviews and briefings, Law Donut has FAQs, checklists, and forums where SME owners and managers can discuss issues and how to resolve them.
The Law Donut is at http://www.lawdonut.co.uk, Further information: >> visit [http://lawdonutblog.co.uk] >> Contact Anthony Mullinder, BHP Information Solutions, tel: 0117 904 2224 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Anthony Mullinder BHP Information Solutions Bristol, UK 0117-904-2224 email@example.com [http://lawdonutblog.co.uk]