.uk special third-level domains ( .ltd.uk, .net.uk)


.itd.uk

  • All registrants in .ltd.uk must be incorporated companies (not partnerships of any type or unincorporated companies) listed on the index of company and corporate names ('the Names Register') maintained under section 714 of the Companies Act 1985 (or later equivalents)
  • is not already the registrant of a Domain Name in that SLD.
  • No Domain Name shall be registered in .ltd.uk SLD unless the Third Level Domain can be derived from the official company name of the applicant
  • Applications for Domain Names in the .ltd.uk SLD must state the full name of the company as registered and the company registration number, and the applicant must be prepared to provide proof of the company's incorporation.

.net.uk
  • This SLD is reserved for the computers of network providers, that is the network information centre (NIC) and network operation centre (NOC) computers, the administrative computers, and the network node computers
  • Registrants in the .net.uk SLD are required to be Internet Service Providers.
  • Notwithstanding the Rules, no Domain Name shall be registered in this SLD unless, in our reasonable opinion, the applicant is an Internet Service Provider and the Domain Name registered is the same as or a similar variant of the applicant's name

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