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The Current list of TLDs undergoing Termination of a TLD  and TLDs, which were Terminated.<ref name="termination">[https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/gtld-registry-agreement-termination-2015-10-09-en Registry Agreement Termination Information Page] Retrieved 07 Nov 2016</ref>.
 
The Current list of TLDs undergoing Termination of a TLD  and TLDs, which were Terminated.<ref name="termination">[https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/gtld-registry-agreement-termination-2015-10-09-en Registry Agreement Termination Information Page] Retrieved 07 Nov 2016</ref>.
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IANA records for Retired domains (state after termination of the contract in case there is not heirs) show ICANN as Administrative and Technical contacts, '''Retired''' as the name of organisation and ICANN's address as Sponsoring Organisation and revocation report from IANA.<ref name="undelegated">[https://www.iana.org/domains/root/db/doosan.html IANA - .doosan Domain Delegation Data]Retrieved 07 Dec 2016</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 11:51, 7 December 2016

Terminated TLDs

Under the New gTLD Registry Agreement, either party may terminate pursuant to certain requirements in the Registry Agreement, including but not limited to the following:

  • Section 4.3 and its subsections – Termination by ICANN
  • Section 4.4 and its subsections – Termination by Registry Operator


The Current list of TLDs undergoing Termination of a TLD and TLDs, which were Terminated.[1].

IANA records for Retired domains (state after termination of the contract in case there is not heirs) show ICANN as Administrative and Technical contacts, Retired as the name of organisation and ICANN's address as Sponsoring Organisation and revocation report from IANA.[2]

References