Knowledgebase : Domain Names > Domain Name Registration
Most of the Domain Registry providers we use allow for cancellation of a new domain name within the first five (5) days of registration. If you wish to request cancellation of a newly registered domain name, you will need to email accounts@freeparking.co....
This is only possible for Top Level Domains (.com, .net, .info etc.) registered with Freeparking. You can purchase a 'whois shield' service for the domain - this effectively hides the whois details from the public. NZ, AU and UK domain names do not su...
No. If a domain name is already registered then you will not be able to register it as the current Registrant has exclusive rights to that unique name. However, you could contact the current Registrant (holder) of the domain name and negotiate to purcha...
You can update all registration details for a domain name, except for the Registrant name, via the 'My Account' facility at www.freeparking.co.nz [http://www.freeparking.co.nz]. If you wish to change the Registrant name, you must complete a Registrant T...
If you would like to apply for an .iwi.nz domain name please visit www.register.iwi.nz [http://www.register.iwi.nz] or contact us if you have any questions.
Moderated domain names have restrictions around who is able to register them. In New Zealand, there are six moderated domain name extensions: .iwi.nz, .cri.nz, .govt.nz, .mil.nz, .health.nz and .parliament.nz. If you wish to apply for a moderated doma...
If there is a dispute regarding the incorrect or unlawful registration of a domain name which you believe you are entitled to: * For .nz domain names there is a Dispute Resolution Service provided by the Office of the Domain Name Commissioner (DNC). I...
Domain names are the unique names used to identify and access websites on the Internet. This is also how you describe the name that is to the right of the '@' sign in an email address. For example,' freeparking.co.nz' is the domain name for our websit...
When a domain name expires it is put into a 'pending release' or 'suspended' status at the Registry, however there is a holding period after cancellation during which the current Registrant can reactivate the domain name by making payment of the outstandi...
Domain names are technically not 'owned'; rather they are licensed for exclusive use for a period of time. The individual or organisation that has rights to use the domain name is listed in the domain name registration records as the 'Registrant'. You...