WooCommerce makes it easy to bring your store online. You will need to make sure your visitors understand your terms and conditions before doing business with you. WordPress lets you easily add your terms & conditions in the backend. These plugins also help grab your visitors’ attention:
WooCommerce Checkout Terms Conditions Popup: saves your visitors time reading your terms. You can customize popup size, title, and other settings.
Woo Additional Terms: useful for stores in EU that have to display the cancellation policy as a separate checkbox. It can link to a page with additional terms.
WooCommerce Show Terms and Conditions: lets you show or hide your TC page when a given product is added to the cart.
Have you tried any of these plugins? Please share your experience here.