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Lengthy question. I offer software analysis services. I can tell a business what technology they need, how to put it together, and give them the materials to start hiring developers with. I don't want to be held liable for their misinterpretations of my information or incompetence if their software fails as part of a business model.

TL;DR: I want to provide services to a client that gives them valuable information and I don't want them to take me to court for any reason.

It seems like a variation of Terms of Service that I would have them sign.

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  • "I don't want them to take me to court for any reason." - easy, don't go into business.
    – Dale M
    Jul 20, 2016 at 12:40
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    @DaleM's point is, I think, that no contact will prevent anybody from taking you to court.
    – phoog
    Nov 11, 2016 at 18:37
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    it's clear what his point was, but it didn't make progress towards a solution.
    – Dan
    Nov 12, 2016 at 1:03

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Indemnification & Liability clauses with terms regarding user's own responsibility for damages occurring from use including improper use and security. Examples can be found in most software agreement contracts.

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