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Your brain needs lubrication
I'm in the UK, the buyer is an Israeli ...We are going to use a well-established escrow company
He could copy off the code, decide he doesn't want to buy and that's it? Is there any way round that problem? Any thoughts?
Possibly I might get completely conned
But this whole thing now appears quite complicated. If the domain is they key, what about the hosting, after all that's where the code resides? Is it normal to give the buyer the password to the hosting account and let them keep the account / copy the code to their own account?
[edited by: phranque at 4:01 pm (utc) on Mar 11, 2010]
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I give the buyer access to my code etc. for a set time
using lawyers and accountants
You're right, and I'm a web site manager and not much good at anything else.