Domain Assignment Agreement

G. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PURCHASER has the exclusive right to use a domain name other than the corporate patent Corp.com or to add other own intellectual PROPERTY PURCHASER websites marked in the Corp.com business patent, subject to the provisions of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the provisions of paragraph 4, below. 21. INTEGRATION. This agreement represents the full understanding of the parties and revokes and replaces all previous agreements between the parties and is considered the definitive expression of their agreement. It is amended or amended only if it is signed in writing by the parties and specifically refers to this agreement. This agreement takes precedence over all other documents that may be in conflict. CONSIDERANT that INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SELLER agrees to sell, transfer and sell, and INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PURCHASER agrees to acquire the domain name www.BusinessPatentCorp.com (the ”domain name”) under the terms of this Agreement. With respect to the issuance of common shares, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SELLER represents and guarantees: (i) it is an ”accredited investor” (within the meaning of Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933 as amended (the ”law”); (ii) it is aware that these common shares are ”limited securities” subject to a transmission restriction and are not registered under the amended Securities Act of 1933; (iii) these common shares are acquired exclusively for intellectual PROPERTY SELLER`s own accounts and are not acquired for resale, splitting or distribution; and (iv) it has no contract, obligation, agreement or agreement with a person to sell, transfer or mortgage such common shares or common shares, and currently has no plans to enter into such a contract, obligation, agreement or agreement. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SELLER undertakes: not to sell common shares or any interest, unless those common shares are actually registered in accordance with the law and until all applicable state securities laws or transfers are authorized under Rule 144 of the Securities Act 1933 as amended. , or that INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PURCHASER has received notice from the legal counsel who has given appropriate notice to INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AKSAKs that the proposed order is not contrary to the law or rules. and provisions of the Securities and Exchange Commission that have these provisions, national securities laws still applicable. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PURCHASER will grant registration rights to INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SELLER, to the extent stipulated in the registration rights agreement, which is Schedule A.

NOW, Therefore, taking into account the promises and agreements presented, the parties who intend to be legally bound by this provision agree in the following way: If you are companies , you are ready to make an official presence on the web, the first thing you need, is a domain name (or site address).