Sales Agreement Name

This domain name sales agreement was written to cover the simple sale and transfer of a domain name from one party to another. This Agreement relating to the sale and transfer of ownership of domain names (“Agreement”) is between [Seller`s name] of [Seller`s name], if any, at [Seller`s full address] (“Seller`s] and [Buyer`s name] from [Buyer`s name, if any] to [Buyer`s full address] (“Buyer`s] on the [effective date]. This Agreement sets for all conditions under which Seller agrees to sell and transfer to Buyer all ownership rights in the domain name [domain name] (“Domain Name”), including all associated trademark and goodwill rights. Yes, fax is good. The two copies in short can represent a fully executed agreement. Make sure your agreement is that big. Yes, I`m working on a sales interview, but I`m testing it with a domain name I`ve bought that hasn`t been delivered yet. Let`s see. In accordance with the Indian Registration Act of 1908, any agreement relating to the transfer of shares in immovable property with a value of more than one hundred rupees must be registered. Therefore, if you have purchased real estate as part of a purchase agreement without a correct deed of sale following, you will not get any right or interest in the property that would be transferred as part of the purchase agreement.

This agreement exists between the buyer and the seller. The rightful owner of the domain name (DN) is the seller and the buyer wishes to acquire the DN and all associated rights. As a result, the parties must agree as described: my goal is not to rent a domain as a single way to make monthly income from it, I only do it to get sales of additional domains. Thank you for sharing this information. I bought domains flippa.com under trust agreement and I didn`t know that I could still be in trouble and that I could fall victim to IP and competence problems. In other words, not all domain agreements require meaningful documentation and a simple sales contract with insurance/warranty with respect to ownership can be quite correct….