Legal disclaimer container

Legal disclaimer component is a component that allows authors to add a disclaimer which is generally any statement intended to specify or delimit the scope of rights and obligations that may be exercised and enforced by parties in a legally recognized relationship. minimize the potential legal liability of the entity or individual providing the information or service.

Disclaimer block is designed to be displayed at the bottom of the page content, above the main footer block.

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Functional grouping: Text and data


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  • Only use City lawyer-approved disclaimer text provided by client business unit.


  • Don’t copy disclaimers text from another websites.
  • Don't use a "quote block" component as a disclaimer block.

Some common types of legal disclaimers and their purposes:

  1. Liability Disclaimers: These state that the provider of information or services is not responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the content. It may also specify that the user assumes any risks associated with the use of the information.
  2. No Warranty Disclaimer: This type of disclaimer indicates that there are no guarantees or warranties regarding the accuracy, completeness, or fitness for a particular purpose of the information or services provided.
  3. Financial Disclaimer: Often used in financial or investment contexts, this disclaimer may state that the provided information is not financial advice and that users should seek professional advice before making financial decisions.
  4. Health Disclaimers: Common in health-related content, these disclaimers clarify that the information provided is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment
  5. Affiliate Disclaimers: If a website or content includes affiliate links or receives compensation for endorsements, there may be a disclaimer to disclose these relationships to the audience
  6. Legal Advice Disclaimer: In situations where legal information is provided, a disclaimer may state that the information is not legal advice and that users should consult with a qualified attorney for specific legal concerns.
  7. Fair Use Disclaimer: if a website or app uses content from other sources, you must include a fair use disclaimer to prevent your business from being accused of copyright infringement.
  8. An Artificial Intelligence (AI) disclaimer: is a statement or set of terms that is often provided by the developers or providers of AI systems to communicate important information to users, stakeholders, or the general public regarding the use and limitations of their AI technology.