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Legal background

Domains are not material, but ideal goods. The legal transaction in domain trading involves the transfer of ownership of a domain from the seller to the buyer. It's about trading the rights to a domain as such.

In principle, the domain trading is legally not regulated. If no naming or trademark rights of third parties are violated, the domain trade is a legal transaction according to supreme court case law.

Domains are not material, but ideal goods. The legal transaction in domain trading involves the transfer of ownership of a domain from the seller to the buyer. It's about trading the rights to a domain as such.

In principle, the domain trading is legally not regulated. If no naming or trademark rights of third parties are violated, the domain trade is a legal transaction according to supreme court case law.

 

Traded domains

Domain trading can in principle be any domain. Since the number of registered domains is constantly increasing, free domains are becoming increasingly rare, so the registration of free domains is only possible in exceptional cases or for newly introduced brands.

 

Domaing business can come about in any way.

  • Initiation by the buyer
    A prospect wants a specific domain and finds that it has already been taken. He approaches the domain owner, who is freely viewable by most registries (eg DENIC) about the Whois service, and asks if he is willing to sell the domain.
  • Active marketing by the seller
    The seller of a domain searches for potential customers themselves and asks them if they are interested in the domain.
  • Intermediaries and domain trading platforms
    These are service providers that bring together sellers and buyers of domains in a targeted manner, but usually to quite high brokerage fees.

Important NOTE:
"domaineverist.com" is not a trading platform for domain trading, domain auction, Domanbörse or domain market in the commercial sense.

Neither sellers nor buyers incur any costs or fees. Only obligations are truthful information about the owner and the offer.

The contract is basically between the parties. Therefore, we assume no liability or warranty for the accuracy of the offers nor are we liable for the legal processing of the domain or domain transfer. The legal obligations are to be agreed between the parties in the domain transfer contract - recourse claims against "domaineverist.com" are excluded.

 

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