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  1. keys United Kingdom

    keys (18) Well-Known Member Full Member Trusted Trader

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    We have a US company wanting to lease a domain for a few years. The domain is valuable so I want a valid agreement, if we are to go ahead. Our regular law man is not really familiar with domains, and is rather busy.

    Any suggestions welcome.
     
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    rob (50) Founding Member Trusted Trader

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    PM Sent.

    Got a standard lease contract for .co.uk's :)
     
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    jhump (9) Active Member Known Trader

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    Hi

    A mate of mine is after the same. He's not a domainer and just has one nice name which someone wants to buy but the buyer only wants to pay for in the future when he's made money from it (some people...). So a lease is the perfect option.

    Does anyone have a draft agreement they could send?

    Many thanks
    John
     
  5. wantone

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    leasing my domains

    hi i am looking to lease a few of my domains and wondered where is the best place to lease them if anyone can help i would be very grateful i have found a website that deals with this called leasethis.com

    but if anyone can point to any other websites in the UK maybe that deal with this sort of thing.

    would it also be possible for someone to help me out with a lease form

    thanks
     
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  6. neildonn

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    Yea, you could try domainsforlet.com ;)

    They also have a lease and for sale form. You need to register for free to download.
     
  7. feKIX United Kingdom

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    Neil, have you tried them?
     
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    Yes I have but the website is only two months old so it's still early days yet. It has gaining popular though so fingers crossed. ;)
     
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    Are you still looking to lease some domains?
     
  10. Skinner

    Skinner (17) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    Is there a risk of leasing a domain to someone, and then them building 'good faith' or applying for a TM for the name, and you losing it on DRSville ?

    I mean I have 2 names that a client wanted to lease off me, but he's talking about TMs for the term and stuff like that so I have told them nah I wanna sell them or develop them not lease, but he asks every few months.
     
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