The Registry publishes two types of domain lists – without the details of an natural (private) person domain applicant:
- The announcement of the new domain applications
- The parking list of domains waiting for deletion
1. The announcement of the new domain applications
The Registry will publish all domain applications on the following pages after their granting the right of use conditionally:
If no complaint is received within 8 days against a domain, it will be delegated to the applicant.
If you have any questions or concerns about any of the applications, please contact a Registrar.
If you have a complaint against a domain of which right of use has been conditionally granted, please see the information on this page.
2. The parking list of domains waiting for deletion
The parking list of domains waiting for deletion is on the following pages:
On this list domains wait 30 days before deletion. During this time, if the domain user re-registers the domain at one of the registrars, the right of use will be again granted to the user.
In the meantime, a new delegation may take place in accordance with Section 6.3 or 6.4 of the Domain Registration Policy. On the 31st day, however, the opportunity to apply opens up to other applicants as well. In the meantime, more than one applicants may entrust registrars with the task of registering the application in the register after the deletion. As such a mandate can be submitted to more than one registrar, several applications may compete with each other in time, so none of the registrars is in a position to guarantee the priority of an application.
Official domain information can be obtained from Registrars based on the authoritative database. The data that can be queried here are periodically updated based on the authentic database. The service provider shall not be liable for any discrepancy between the authentic database and the data available here due to updating or any technical disruption.