ccTLD domain name transfer agreement (.uk)
Produced in partnership with Ed Boal of Stephenson Law

The following TMT precedent produced in partnership with Ed Boal of Stephenson Law provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • ccTLD domain name transfer agreement (.uk)
  • Background
  • 1 Definitions and interpretation
  • 2 Transfer
  • 3 Transfer process
  • 4 Warranties and indemnity
  • 5 Post-transfer undertakings
  • 6 Confidentiality
  • 7 Further assurance
  • 8 Entire agreement
  • More...

ccTLD domain name transfer agreement (.uk)

This Agreement is made on [date]

PARTIES

  1. 1

    [insert name], a company incorporated in England and Wales, whose registered number is [insert company number] and whose registered office is at [insert address] (Transferor); and

  1. 2

    [insert name], a company incorporated in England and Wales, whose registered number is [insert company number] and whose registered office is at [insert address] (Transferee),

each of the Transferor and the Transferee being a party and together the Transferor and the Transferee being the parties.

Background

    1. (A)

      The Transferor is the legal registrant of the Domain Name defined below.

    1. (B)

      The Transferee has agreed to [buy and] accept the registration of the Domain Name and the Transferor has agreed to [sell and] transfer the Domain Name to the Transferee in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.

THE PARTIES Agree:

    1. 1

      Definitions and interpretation

      1. 1.1

        In this Agreement:

        Business Day

        1. means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday or bank or public holiday in England;

        Control

        1. means the point at which the Transferee is able to update the WHOIS Record such that the Transferor or its nominee (as appropriate) can be identified as the “Registrant” on the WHOIS Record;

        Domain Name

        1. means [insert];

        Encumbrances

        1. means any interest or equity of any person (including any right to acquire, option or right of pre-emption) or any mortgage, charge, pledge, lien, assignment, hypothecation, security interest, title retention

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