Domain Name Use Agreement
The other party, the licensee, undertakes not to use the domain name in a manner likely to infringe the licensor`s rights in the domain name or to negatively influence the value of the domain name. A domain name assignment should be used in the context of the transfer of ownership of a domain name from one registrant to another. 10. Exemption. Each party (the “Indemnifying Party”) agrees to indemnify, defend, retain and maintain indemnity to the other party and its directors, officers, representatives and employees (the “Debtors”) from and liability for all debts, claims, claims, damages and expenses (including attorneys` fees) (including attorneys` fees) and all debts, claims, damages and expenses (including: measured attorneys` fees) (“losses”) for which the parties to the indemnification or a beneficiary may be held liable, or which may be paid or enforced in the event of an act, or claims, against a third party, due to or due to the free party`s breach of the applicable obligations and agreements set forth in this Agreement. Each Party agrees that neither Party referred to in this Section 10 shall be liable for losses suffered against the other Party, to the extent that such losses are due to negligence, wilful misconduct or fraud or violation of any law by the other Party or its respective senior officers. Directors or staff members, or any breach by the other party of this Agreement or any transactional document. We offer three different domain name sales contract templates. One weighs the interests of both parties, while both prefer the interests of one party to another. The differences are most evident in the guarantees that the seller gives to the buyer. The pro-seller document has few guarantees; while there are many in the Pro Buyer document.
We may reject your request to register your domain name or choose to cease providing services to you for any reason within thirty (30) days of a commissioning or service extension, including, but not limited to, the reasons contained in our Acceptable Use Policy, which may be amended from time to time in our sole discretion. . . .