We’ve been asked to come up with a contract in legalese that says the following (and this may already exist out there, I just don’t generally do contract research)

Crowdgather is selling us Pocketables for $X. This includes their people copying the site to our server, transferring the domain names to Paul, removing any Cloudflare or interfering software that is tied to Crowdgather, giving us admin rights if available to the free mail account we’re currently using.

At the end of transfer Pocketables will be up, accessible, and running on our stuff, our DNS, and be owned by Paul.

For the cost of $X CG gives us the rights to copyrights, trademarks, logos, images, yadda yadda with the website. This includes the right to use all content created while we were GoodAndEVO, Streaksmart, whatever else we happened to be.

Also includes all works, paid and otherwise not that appear on the site that CG is allowed to sell. Future rights to such works, right to say “we are Pocketables,” “we are G&E,” etc.

Basically you know what we’ve been after, we’re trying to word it in such a way that it’s acceptable as a sale and covers everyone’s asses.

Keep in mind CG owns 10,000 plus domains, or did at one point, and needs to have their backsides covered as well. I have no plans of screwing them, we just finally became more of a nuisance to CG than as asset so I can finally purchase the thing.

Also Kevin Smith had a massive heart attack.

Anyone have any documents dealing with a similar sale I’d appreciate them.