Sorry for the delay in my answer. My computer was out of order. I have a related question. If we take a domain name of "ABYZ".org for our "XYZ" (not-for-profit) condominum association do we have a potential problem by confusing prospective buyers by having different name in the website?
Sorry for the delay with the response. I had problems with the computer for the last few days.
Sorry for the delay. I had problems with the computer for the last few days. I have an additional question regarding the matter and I would appreciate an advice. If our (not-for profit) "XYZ" Association takes the domain name e.g. "ABYZ" for its website would that cause problems for potential buyers of the units within the Association?
Hi - thanks for the follow-up.
I don't think it's a legal problem, but it could be the source of confusion for your prospective buyers.
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