I have written an article here on 2 recent US cases about the enforceability of website terms & conditions. The cases provide good examples of basic contract law principles – here, reasonable notice and agreement – being applied to website terms. They deal with common law contract principles that are equally relevant in New Zealand.
In one case, the website terms were binding. In the other, they were not. These decisions do not change the law, but they are useful reminders not to overlook your disclaimers when designing a website.
Full article: Update on Enforceability of Website Terms, February 2010
Links to the cases: