Whether you are the buyer or the seller, a default domain name agreement is an important tool to protect both parties during the sale transaction. A full domain name sales agreement describes important aspects of the sale, including: they acknowledge that No-IP or its licensor is a registrar bound by an agreement between No-IP or its licensor and Internet Corporation ford Names and Numbers (“ICANN”). You agree that no-IP or its licensor may modify this Agreement in order to comply with applicable law and the terms established by ICANN and/or the registration administrator chosen by ICANN, as well as any registration rules or policies published from time to time by No-IP or its licensor. This agreement is very simple and simple. It is intended to be used if only the domain name is transferred itself. This agreement also provides that the seller pays and transfers the buyer, and does not use a third party`s trust. In addition to transactions you make on your behalf, you also agree to be bound by the terms of this agreement, for transactions made on your behalf by someone acting as an agent and for any transaction entered into by anyone who created the account you created on No-IP, whether or not the transactions were on your behalf. You acknowledge that no IP`s acceptance of a non-IP request for services provided by no-IP is done at registrars accredited by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (“ICANN”) in Reno, Nevada, USA. A statement of intent is a description of a transaction under negotiation, with agreements on how the process will move forward. Learn more about what`s in a memorandum of understanding and how you write one. This document takes effect with the adoption of the registration and transfer agreements in step 3 of the online transfer application process.