It is an important accessory for document-based registration procedures. Contains all the information that is required to apply for a domain.


In this sample, a natural person waives the right to use a domain for the benefit of a legal entity.


If necessary, such a document can be used to verify that the data provided by a natural person are authentic.


If necessary, such a document can be used to prove that the personal data of a natural person have changed in the meantime and that the data provided by the natural person are authentic.


If an organization does not have a copy of its signature, the official representative of the organization may prove his right of representation with such a document.



In the Declaration of Good Faith, the Applicant declares that he/she intends to use the domain in good faith and in accordance with the Domain Registration Policy. The use will not infringe the rights of third parties and the Applicant shall refrain from misleading use.


Sample declaration templates for different cases to change registration type

Such a document is required for a domain user to change his domain from a deed-based domain registration to a procedure-based registration for confirmation, or vice versa. The templates have been prepared separately for natural and legal person domain users:

Sample declaration template for the transition from a deed-based domain registry to a two-factor validation procedure-based registry for natural person domain users

Sample declaration template for the transition from a document-based domain registry to a two-factor validation process-based registry for legal person domain users

Sample declaration template for the transition from a deed-based domain registry to a one-factor validation procedure-based registry for natural person domain users

Sample declaration template for the transition from a document-based domain registry to a one-factor validation process-based registry for legal person domain users

Sample declaration template for the transition from two-factor validation to document-based domain registration for natural person domain users

Sample declaration template for the transition from two-factor validation to document-based domain registration for legal person domain users

Sample declaration template for the transition from one-factor validation to document-based domain registration for natural person domain users

Sample declaration template for the transition from one-factor validation to document-based domain registration for legal person domain users

Sample declaration templates in the event that the Domain User has ceased to exist without successor in title and has been finally deleted

If you wish to effect a transfer from an officially registered domain name holder who has been terminated and deleted from the register to the actual holder of the domain name in accordance with point 6.3.3.2 of the Domain Registration Policy, we recommend that you use the following templates:

Declaration of the domain Registrant who is actual, natural person the in the event that the officially registered Registrant has been finally terminated and deleted from the Registry.

Declaration of the Registrar in the case where:
a domain is transferred from an officially registered domain name holder who has been definitively terminated and deleted from the Registry to the actual natural person who is the actual user of the domain pursuant to point 6.3.3.2 of the Domain Registration Policy.

Declaration of the Registrar in the case where:
a domain is transferred from an officially registered domain name holder who has been definitively terminated and deleted from the Registry to the actual legal person who is the actual user of the domain pursuant to point 6.3.3.2 of the Domain Registration Policy.

Declaration of the domain Registrant who is actual, legal person the in the event that the officially registered Registrant has been finally terminated and deleted from the Registry