As mandated by CIRA, the .CA registry, the registrant (owner) of a .CA domain is locked for 60 days. During this time the domain may not change ownership or be transferred to another registrar. A .CA domain must be at least 60 days old before the registrant/ownership can be transferred.
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?