In the general terms and conditions, you can lay down rules that are valid for all contracts that you conclude. In order to limit your business risks as much as possible, the general terms and conditions must match your specific business situation. When you sell products, you run different risks than when you rent out or provide services. In addition, when drafting your general terms and conditions, you must consider the way in which you are insured for certain risks and the way in which your organisation has set up certain business processes. In the unlikely event that something goes wrong, your company can fall back on your general terms and conditions. This way you will not be faced with legal surprises.