Hi, I know you can pay nominet £10+VAT to change the ownership of a domain. However all you're really doing is changing a field in a database, which for purposes of law, defines the current owner of the domain. On this basis, would a signed and dated piece of paper, stating that the domain now belongs to <newperson> not be satisfactory in proving ownership (thus avoiding giving nominet £12 for automated data entry). The reason this has come about is because someone i know is taking a .co.uk off my hands (free) and I'd like the domain to be in their name, although it's not enough of an issue for either of us to cough up £12 for the privy. Any thoughts?