I bought some domains recently, only one was a .co.uk, I knew nothing about Nominet until reading up on them today on their site after reading something on here about them. With the .co.uk one I bought, it still has the other blokes name in the domain registration when doing a Who-Is look up, I wasn't aware until today that it stays in his name, and after reading Nominets site, it appears you have to pay £10 to get a domain changed to your own name after buying it from someone. I also saw that it said you would need identification for the transfer process, well, that's going to be a problem for me, because I don't have a driving licence or a passport, I have no utility bills in my name as the gas and electric is on a card and key payment, the phone is in my other halfs name etc, about all I have is an NHS card and a copy of my birth certificate, would that be sufficient, or is there a way to get around it? Also, with it still being in the other blokes name, even though I have paid for the domain, and he pushed it to my account on Dynadot via his Dynadot account with a couple of minutes of sending him the money, can he claim it's still his as it's in his name (not that I think he would)? Even though Dynadot could show he pushed it to my account. I didn't realise .co.uk domains were so complicated, it has put me right off buying any of them in the future, I have been awake now for 37 hours, I stayed up all last night looking through domain names, had some .co.uk's that I fancied chancing my arm on, but am now put off by Nominet and not having any decent ID.