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Registrant not / no longer a legal entity

Discussion in 'Nominet General Information' started by mishmash, Jul 9, 2006.

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  1. Jay Daley New Zealand

    Jay Daley Active Member

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    Because earlier posts have fairly well identified the subjects of the complaint and so I don't think it is reasonable to discuss our activity in this area in public.
     
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  3. retired_member16

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    Because it was a personal query from me to Nominet.

    Action has been taken, issue now resolved.
     
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    Then PM each other from the very beginning. This is a public forum.
     
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    Correct, it is. So if I decide to take my issue from this board and and continue via PM, what has it got to do with you?
     
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    Don't start a public thread about a private matter. A private matter that I'm not party to has nothing to do with me, but you made this one public by posting here. Email JD directly at @nominet.org.uk for your private stuff.

    Isn't this forum about 'sharing' information?
     
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    This started as a public matter and I decided to take it private.
     
  8. weycresto

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    I think the problem for Nominet in this area would be policing the vast numbers of UK domains. They just can't check every domain.

    This week we found ourselves being lambasted by a so called web host on another forum (for not updating the nameservers).

    When we investigated we discovered a co.uk registered by another registrar with the registrant down as a "limited company." It was classed as an individual type reg and they had of course conveniently opted out of the public WHOIS.
     
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