Hello, Im researching your answer now.
I dont think you are going to dfind what you are looking for. You might need to have them drafted professionally and custom to what your are doing. My law firm drafts contracts and I have a website myself with terms and conditions which needed to be tailored specifically for juridiction and local legal issues.
You might be able to stumble upon something already in use that you like but for what you are trying to do, requires custom drafting.
Here is a link to some useful tips when deciding which clauses you want in your terms and conditions.
So, do you understand what I mean? There are many things you need to address specific to you.
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