In registering a .gov.uk domain, you agree to and accept the role of the Registrant as set out below in respect of the protection of .gov.uk domains and subdomains. For additional information, refer to the GOV.UK Guidance – Additional terms for .gov.uk agreements
The Registrant is an entity which has registered a .gov.uk domain name in the .gov.uk Registry.
The Registrant must remain in legal control of their .gov.uk domain name at all times. This includes not reselling or passing control of their .gov.uk domain name to a non-public sector organisation.
The Registrant must get approval from The Critical Domain Holder prior to transferring their .gov.ukdomain to any other organisation.
The Registrant must protect its .gov.uk domain name by following the domain registration and management rules, which are defined in the Apply for your .gov.uk domain name guidance on GOV.UK that apply to them, found here:
The Registrant has the right to move its .gov.uk domain name from the Registrar to any other Registrar at any time and for any reason. The Registrant is not entitled to a refund for any remaining term of the registration.
The Registrant accepts that if their Registrar is no longer a .gov.uk Approved Registrar, then the Registrant must move its .gov.uk domains to a .gov.uk Approved Registrar.
If the Registrant has delegated lower-level subdomains out to a sub-Registrant, the Registrant:
The Registrant is an independent data controller in its own right for personal contact data contained within the Registry Data. The Registry Data means any data, including but not limited to DNS resource records, public-key material for DNSSEC and personal contact data, in each case held by the Registry Operator: