A party may wish to transfer a domain name for a number of reasons. For example, a transfer may occur as part of a sale of a company’s assets or as part of a settlement of a domain name dispute. In addition to the language transferring the domain name itself, parties may wish to make sure the transferor owns title to the domain name and notifies and cooperates with the domain name registrar regarding the change in ownership. In addition, the transferor may want the new domain name owner to “forward” web site visitors and e-mail to the transferor. The following clauses can be used in such situations:

1. Transferor warrants that (i) Transferor owns all rights, title and interest in and to the Domain Name, (ii) Transferor has not transferred and will not transfer any such rights to any other party and (iii) Transferor’s account with the Registrar of the Domain Name is up to date and paid in full as of the Transfer Date.

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