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I am based in UK and I am looking to sell my domain name to

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Hi there,I am based in UK and I am looking to sell my domain name to a company in Canada.At the moment i am worried that if i transfer the domain name to the company in Canada there is a small chance they might just keep the domain name and not pay me.If we draft up a sales contract and the company does not pay me (or breaks the contract) where do i stand?Can i take action to claim against them in Canada?Please confirm.thanksMichael
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 1 year ago.

You can sue them in their province.

There is no doubt about that.

But why don't you ensure you are paid before they can use your name?

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