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|Registration Period:||1-10 years|
|Autorenew Grace Period:||0 days|
|Deletion Timeframe:||2 days prior to expiration date|
.CZ is the official country code Top-Level-Domain (ccTLD) of Czech Republic.
A .CZ can be used and registered by anyone or any corporation.
- Minimum: 1
- Maximum: 63
- Letters and numbers
- Hyphens ("-"), however not at the beginning or directly in front of the TLD, and only singly (no "--")
.CZ domains can be registered online through webinterface or API.
(required) command = AddDomain domain = yourdomain.cz ownercontact0 = .... admincontact0 = .... techcontact0 = .... billingcontact0 = .... nameserver0 = .... nameserver1 = .... period = ....
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Registrant changes for .CZ domains can be done online via api or webinterface.
(required) command = ModifyDomain domain = yourdomain.cz ownercontact0 = [new owner handle]
.CZ domains can be renewed through the webinterface or with the corresponding API command.
(required) command = RenewDomain domain = yourdomain.cz period = [renew period] expiration = [current year of expiration]
.CZ Domains can be deleted online through the Delete Command.
(required) command = DeleteDomain domain = yourdomain.cz
No other restrictions
Transfers are possible. Upon successfully transferring a .CZ domain, the remaining registration period will be kept.
- Request a transfer for a .CZ domain with the TransferDomain command or in the web interface.
(required) command = transferdomain domain = yourdomain.cz action = request auth = .....
- A .CZ Domain Transfer must be initiated with a so-called Authorisation Code, which can be obtained from the current registrar through the owner or Admin-C of the domain.
If you can not get the Authorisation Code from your current registrar, you can obtain it directly through the NIC.CZ: http://www.nic.cz/whois/publicrequest/
- Ensure that your respective domain does not have a lock-status (REGISTRAR-LOCK or HOLD). This can be seen in the WHOIS. If the domain is locked, then the owner can demand that this be unlocked.
Restores are not possible at this point in time.