10. September 2021

Agreement To Transfer Domain Name

This domain name transfer agreement („Agreement“) is between and between Vitalwerks Internet Solutions, LLC. („No-IP“) a/year Nevada Limited Liability Corporation and you, your heirs, representatives, successors and recipients („you“) and takes effect from the date of electronic performance. This agreement sets out the terms of use for the transfer of No-IP domain names and sets out the entire agreement between you and No-IP. This agreement sets out the terms and conditions for transferring a registered domain name from another registrar to no-IP (as a „Registrar“). By participating in this transaction, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and accepted all the terms of this agreement, including our dispute resolution policy, as well as any new, other or other conditions, conditions or policies, including the Terms of Use, that no-IP may set from time to time. You will find such agreements in the IP-free Terms of Use. This document takes effect with the adoption of the registration and transfer agreements in step 3 of the online transfer application process. After a successful transmission, No-IP.com became Registrar of Record. You are still the registrar of the domain – No-IP becomes the registrar of the domain name. Your registration is automatically renewed for one year.

Domain name registration transmissions can only be initiated once the acceptance of the transfer agreement has been registered, payment has been made and the administrative contact has responded positively to our messaging message requesting permission for transmission. The e-mail message requesting permission to transmit is sent to the domain name(s) of administrative contact indicated in the WHO-IS database of the previous registrar. You agree to keep a copy of the receipt for the purchase of your domain name for your own registrations. The administrative contact acts on behalf of the declarant and is legally entitled to initiate this transfer request. You are responsible for updating the email address of the administrative contact listed in the WHO-IS database of the previous registrar. . . .