I recently received a low $xXxX offer from an end user for an aged two-word Spanish .Com domain. I am looking to sell mid- four figures as the English equivalent would easily be five figures (dozens of Namebio five-figure sales with primary keyword) and maybe low six figures. The thought occurred to me of offering a monthly lease arrangement as I would eventually like to be less dependent on random sales. If I were leasing a couple dozen domains simultaneously I could cover all my renewals and not ever have to sell domains. Perhaps a dream. Regardless, the thought occurred to me that the nature of this buyer's business would require adherence to know your customer and anti-money laundering laws. They are located outside the US. However, if am leasing the domain the registrant contact info would still be in my name. If the buyer were ever to be found in violation of such laws, would there be any liability on my part? So I am not yet ready to extend that offer .