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Introducing an Easy, Low Cost Way to Protect Your Legal Rights When Buying or Selling a Website


Brisbane, Australia, March 1, 2011 – In today’s fast-paced and fiercely competitive e-commerce world, protecting one’s legal rights is an absolute imperative, especially when buying or selling a website, domain name or online business. Internet law is complicated and contracts are often confusing, but hiring an attorney is expensive, maybe even completely cost-prohibitive depending on the size of the transaction. But now, for one low price, developing a legally binding contract is as easy as filling in a few blanks on a simple template.

Website Purchase Agreement allows users to quickly and easily develop a contract that is clear, concise, and mutually agreed to before any monetary transaction or transfer of assets occurs. The user-friendly, nine-page template ensures a smooth, worry-free business deal and helps prevents any future legal entanglements.

“Its highly important that anyone buying or selling a website protect themselves legally and use formal contracts,” says John Roberts, Owner of

“I’m still amazed at how often I read about someone getting burned on a deal and losing $10,000 on the sale or purchase of a website.”

Completing the website contract template takes only about 10 minutes, since it’s a matter of filling in the details of the sale in the appropriate blanks provided on the document.

Roberts, an online business owner of 10 years, has sold numerous websites ranging from $200 content sites on Flippa to $35,000 authority sites to local businesses. His experiences lead him to recognize a need in the market for a simpler alternative to hiring expensive lawyers to draft contracts or trying to “wing it” on his own.

“It doesn’t matter if you’re selling a $500 website or a $50,000 one, using a proper website purchase agreement contract covers you for any potential disputes that may or can arise” he says.

Buyers and sellers can protect themselves in a straightforward, expedient, and hassle-free manner for as low as $97. The resulting contract, once signed by both parties, is legally binding and can be used as evidence in court should any disputes arise after the sale is complete.

In addition to the legal protections, these contracts help safeguard the Ownership of Assets, which includes issues such as non-compete clauses, rights, and licensing. The template allows users to outline the specific Payment Terms that are agreed to and serves as an official accounting record for bookkeeping and tax purposes as well.

About John Roberts:
John Roberts, an online business owner of 10 years, freelance web designer and Internet marketer. John has sold numerous websites ranging from $200 content sites on flippa to $35,000 authority sites to local businesses. This hands-on experience provides him with vast, in-depth knowledge of the intricacies involved in buying and selling websites and domain names. For more information, visit


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