Transfer a domain name registered to a Struck-Off Company
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How do I transfer a domain name registered to a Struck-Off Company?
In consultation with the Treasury, DNCL has developed a process for updating .nz domain names where the Registrant company has been struck off the New Zealand Companies register.
This process allows the domain name registration to move from the struck off company to a former director or shareholder of the company in question.
The steps below outline the approach for .nz domain names and struck off companies in more detail.
Are you the right person to be applying for this domain name?
The applicant has to be:
Either a former director and/or shareholder of the company before it was removed from the companies register
The domain name(s) is/are registered by the Struck-Off Company that were/are based on a professional relationship with the person/ organisation submitting this application.
Complete the required forms
If you are a former director and/or shareholder, please complete the following form here.
If the domain name was registered based on a professional relationship, please complete the following form here.