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Contract for buying and selling websites
John_Melin

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Msg#: 3140204 posted 8:40 pm on Oct 30, 2006 (gmt 0)

You guys who sell and buy websites, what kind of contract do you use? Do you write your own or do you use some kind of standard contract?

 

badjocks

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Msg#: 3140204 posted 9:36 pm on Oct 31, 2006 (gmt 0)

I believe they are usually called Transfer Agreements and if you do a search you can probably find some good examples online.

I tried to sell a domain recently to a large corporation and the TA was just awful . . . they wanted me to agree to WAY too much stuff for the little amount of money they were offering. I can understand that they wanted to cover their hinders, but it was so complicated I couldn't afford to pay for a lawyer to review it.

John_Melin

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Msg#: 3140204 posted 2:04 pm on Nov 4, 2006 (gmt 0)

Ok, thanks for the tip

percentages

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Msg#: 3140204 posted 7:47 am on Nov 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

For pure domain names....NetSol offers a service which is easy and hassle free.

Selling a successful business is much more complex and you need a good firm of Attorneys to handle it for you.

Domain names.....($2K to $100K) use the NetSol Service. Businesses ($100K to $millions, use a good commercial law firm like H&K).

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