Here are several free domain name purchase agreements for you to use. You may need to adapt them to your individual circumstances, but these are good models that you need to follow. This agreement is very straight and simple. It is intended to be used if only the domain name itself is transferred. This agreement has also transferred the seller and buyer, and does not use a third-party trust. HostMonster Website Transfer can transfer customer information if the HostMonster Transfer site is purchased by another company or merges with another company, in which case HostMonster Website Transfer will notify the customer. Transfer cancellations can be made by contacting the site`s broadcast service by responding to email correspondence that expresses a desire to cancel the transfer. Cancellations can be requested until the end of the transfer and until the customer agrees. Website transfer is a non-refundable service once the transfer is completed.
This agreement is very linear and simple and virtually identical to the aforementioned agreement. The difference between this agreement and the previous agreement is that this contract leads the seller to transfer both the domain name and the content of the site. The customer accepts that the transfer of the HostMonster website is not directly or indirectly responsible for damages or losses caused or allegedly caused by or related to the use or trust in the content, goods or services available on or via HostMonster`s website or service. The customer understands and accepts that HostMonster Website Transfer is not liable for direct damage, indirect, random, individual, consecutive or exemplary, including, but not limited, damages for loss of profits, value, use, data or other intangible losses (although hostMonster Website Transfer has been informed of the possibility of such damage), which is explained by: (i) the use or inability to use the service; (ii) the cost of purchasing alternative goods and services resulting from goods, data, information, services, whether purchased or received, or messages made above or from the service; (iii) unauthorized access or changes to your transfers or data; (iv) the statements or behaviour of a third party of the service; or (v) other service-related issues.