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Fw: German KK-applications and domain transfers

This is wrong.
Not the one who wants the domain have to fill up a KK, but the one who sells
it have to.
This KK-application have to be sent by the domainseller (admin-c) to the his
isp, so they (isp) know there will be someone other trying to order this
domain and they (isp) have to agree.
And yes, it is necessary. Elsewhere the actual isp - who is tech-c (i
think) - wont give this domain free.

More infos can be found at www.denic.de (english too).

Alexander Falger

thats it

> This is a little off-topic, but I figure someone here has to know this.
> A customer of mine is wanting to buy a domain from a German citizen.
> They tell me that the German told them to fill out a KK-application to
> get the domain transferred.  Can anyone tell me where to get more info
> on this KK-application (preferrably in English)?  My googling has turned
> up nothing informative.
> Also, does anyone know if this is really necessary?  Can we not just
> request the tranfer with our Registrar and let the registrars take care
> of the authentication and validation?  Thanks
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