Net registrars are businesses that provide a domain name service to companies that wish to register their own domains.
Registrars sell their own domain name to a company and they charge the company for registration services.
If you have domain names that you use on a regular basis, it is possible that you may be using a domain registrar that has been registered to the same registrar.
This may have happened for example, in the case of the domain name “comcast.com”.
If so, you may want to check whether your registrar has been contacted and whether it has been authorised to register your domain name.
If it has, you can check its details online.
If not, you should contact your registrant to find out if it has obtained a licence to register you domain name and what is the current status of the licence.
Net registrar services include: A domain name registry service.
A registrar is a company that is registered to provide the services that a domain is expected to provide, including: the registration of domain names The management of registration and transfer of domain ownership for domain names and the management of the registration and control of domain name registrances The registration and management of domain identity data and associated information The management and transfer or the transfer of personal data and other personal information for the registration, management and use of domain-related services.
A domain registration service can be a company, a partnership, a corporation, an individual or an organisation.
Net Registrar Services and Licences A domain registrarian is a person or company who, by means of a contract with the registrar, administers and maintains a domain registry service for the benefit of a client.
The registrar administers the domain registrant’s registration and transfers the domain to the registrant.
Registrants pay the registrants for the services and the registrarians can charge a fee for the use of their services.
The term “net registrar” is used here in the sense that a net registrar acts as a registrar and not as a domain-name registrar (although they are both).
Net registrators are not generally recognised as domain registrants in Canada.
The government of Canada has set up the National Registrariates Council (NRSC) to regulate the management and management by individuals, entities, partnerships, corporations and associations of domain registries.
This Council has established a series of regulatory instruments and guidelines.
The net registrar service provides the registration services and is not a domain register.
The terms “net domain name” and “net registry” are used here to indicate that a person is registered as a net registry and that the registraing is done on behalf of the registrer.
A company that registers a domain for another company can register the same domain for its own use.
This can happen if a company has a registered name that is used on a commercial basis and the domain has been transferred to a third party.
For example, if a domain registered for use by a company is transferred to another company for use on behalf to that company, the third company’s domain name is not registered.
If a domain has never been registered, the net registrant service can make changes to the domain registration process.
For more information, see our net registraer resources.
In Canada, a domain can be registered on behalf by a person, company or corporation, but not by an individual.
For information about how to register a domain in Canada, see “How to register an domain in the United States” and the “US Domain Registration”.
A person or corporation can register a name, but a person who is not an owner of a domain does not have the right to register the domain.
For further information, refer to “Who owns a domain?” or “Domain names in the U.S. and Canada”.
The terms domain and registrar are used in this article to indicate a person registered as the registrator of a net domain.
The word registrar does not necessarily imply a company.
A person who has registered a domain, and who has also registered a personal or other information for a domain (which is also known as a “personal data”), is called a “net registration service provider”.
The term net registrator does not imply a registrant of a registered domain or a person whose name is registered on a domain.