If none of the available Canadian legal status types apply to the kind of business or organization you are representing, you may have to choose the legal status type of "Canadian Citizen" and register your .CA domain under the name of an individual who meets the "Canadian Presence Requirements".
Articles in this section
- What information is required when registering a .CA domain?
- How soon after registration can I change the ownership of my .CA domain?
- What are the restrictions for my contact information on .CA domain names?
- What are the Canadian Presence Requirements (CPR) and which legal type should I choose for a .CA domain?
- What is a "Legal Status Type"?
- What if there is no Canadian legal type which applies to my business or organization?
- How do I register a blocked, third level or fourth level .CA domain?
- How do I register and maintain a municipal .CA domain name?
- What characters can I use in a .CA domain? How do .CA IDNs work?
- What does auDA stand for? What is auDA's WHOIS policy?