disclaimer and terms & condtions
Joe in SF
You want to provide a business service for REAL ESTATE AGENTS and you wonder whether you should retain a lawyer?
* Any comments in this thread should not be construed as legal advice, nor is discuss.fogcreek.com responsible for any damages advice here may cause.
The NOLO book "Web and Software Development" has lots of information about legal issues affecting a web site. Check a few (recent!) books like that, and if you still have questions, call a lawyer. Even if you do end up needing a lawyer, the time and money spent on the books will make you better prepared to get the most out of the time you pay the lawyer for.
* Any humorous posts, or failed attempts at humor, should be taken as such and anyone who doesn't figure that out shoud lighten up.
What's wrong with real estate agents? Besides the fact that they are blood sucking leeches who help artifically boost land prices so the rich fat-cats can enoy their luxurious lives while the common man has to settle for scraps.
You're getting more believable... keep trying.
I thought about cutting and pasting the TOS from this site and then thought that it might not be funny.
That's almost as long as the list of ingredients on the side of my breakfast cereal, or that should be on the front of a pack of cigarettes (just below the photo of lung cancer, sorry, real estate agents).
Get real, Patrick, you'll find a honest serial rapist before you find an honest estate agent.
That's _Mr_ Jack to you.
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