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I’m thinking of using one of the items available here on a project for my client. The company needs a website and ordinarily I’d make the design myself, however as the economy is what it is they’ve asked if there are any ways to keep the cost lower. Now TF is a great option for this.

The only problem is that I’m really scared of all the legal responsibility I have over what they would do with the template.

I’m guessing I’m not the only one in this position so any legal advice would be greatly appreciated. I was thinking about having them sign an agreement what states their rights and the original authors rights to the whole site, mainly what they can and can’t do.

Thank you all in advance.

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