Domain name sale and transfer agreement
- Length:5 pages (1400 words)
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About this document
This domain name sale agreement has been drawn to cover the many possible pitfalls in a transaction of this nature. Rights, registrations, payment procedures, can all cause a disaster for one side or the other. Use this agreement to protect your interests. It is suitable for anyone buying or selling one or more domain names.
Application and features
- Fair to both parties, but could be tailored to specific requirements of one side or frequent user;
- Helps both sides get what they expect;
- Sets out payment terms;
- Provides for use of escrow service if required;
- Defined responsibility for re-registration;
- Comprehensive explanatory notes to guide you.
- Defining the subject matter carefully;
- Warranties by owner on registration, ownership, no third party rights and other essential elements;
- Responsibility for re-registration defined;
- Payment procedure set out;
- Rights and obligations of both sides clearly set out;
- Optional break clause;
- Reversion of rights to owner when time is up;
- Appropriate legal provisions to protect your interests.
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