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Domain name transfer agreement

A domain name is property and capable of ownership - it may be bought and sold - and this agreement records the sale of a domain name from one person or business to another. Currently in the UK there are no formal requirements for domain name sales or transfers to be evidenced in writing. Nevertheless, it is sensible to have a written agreement so that appropriate warranties and assurances are given.
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Domain name transfer agreement

A domain name is property and capable of ownership - it may be bought and sold - and this agreement records the sale of a domain name from one person or business to another. Currently in the UK there are no formal requirements for domain name sales or transfers to be evidenced in writing. Nevertheless, it is sensible to have a written agreement so that appropriate warranties and assurances are given.

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Domain name transfer agreement (Guidance Notes)