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Prices of domain names .dk

.dk Domain Registration € 13,85 € 22,88
.dk Change Domain Owner € 13,85
.dk Domain Transfer (In) € 13,85
.dk Changing Domain DNS Servers € 0,00

How to buy .dk domain name?

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.dk Domain Registration Price€ 22,8813,85

How to transfer .dk domain name?

Transferring your .dk domain name is a fast and easy process. Get started by clicking "Transfer Now" below, and our Domain Specialists will help you navigate the process.

.dk Domain Transfer Price13,85Transfer

How do I renew a .dk domain?

Renewing your domain name is simple! Just click "Renew Now" below, or log into your Account Manager, select your .dk domain name that you would like to renew, select the term of your renewal, and check out. That's it!

We also offer Auto Renew—a great way to keep your domain name up-to-date without having to worry about letting them accidentally expire. Check your Account Settings to find out if you have it enabled.

.dk Domain Renew Price15,50Renew

Requirements for .dk Domain Registration

Are Individual domain registrations allowed?Yes
Company or legal entities registrations allowed for domain .dk?Yes
Are there requirements, documents, or information needed for?
VAT ID or TAX ID is required if you are registering as a company.
Yes
Are some .dk domain names restricted?
Violating rights of third parties, names contrary to good domain practice are prohibited. See FAQs for complete restrictions.
Yes
Does .dk domain have a special use?No
Other information I need to know about .dk?No
Are there any additional fees for .dk?No
Do I need a trademark/brand name to register .dk?No
Private Registration Service Available?No
Trustee / Proxy service offered? Fees?No

FAQs for .dk

What is the registration term allowed for .dk domain names?

.dk domain names are available for 1 year(s).

What are the characters and valid character lengths for .dk domain names?

Domain Names must:
  • have minimum of 3 and a maximum of 63 characters;
  • begin with a letter or a number and end with a letter or a number;
  • use the English character set and may contain letters (i.e., a-z, A-Z),numbers (i.e. 0-9) and dashes (-) or a combination of these;
  • neither begin with, nor end with a dash;
  • not contain a dash in the third and fourth positions (e.g. www.ab- -cd.dk); and
  • not include a space (e.g. www.ab cd.dk).

How long does it take to register .dk domain name?

The domain registration time frame for .dk during general availability is 1 Day.

Trustee Service for .dk domain

Trustee Service helps you satisfy most local presence requirements when there are restrictions on registering a domain name. Trustee Service is not available for this extension.

How do I host my .dk domain name?

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Private Registration

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What is the potential recovery period for the .dk domain?

Grace periods vary for country code Top Level Domains (ccTLD) including Internationalized Domain Names (IDN). Some registries require renewal up to 60 days in advance of the domain name expiration date. It is your responsibility to pay for your Renewal Fees in advance of the due date specified by regardless of the domain name expiration date. Failure to pay your Renewal Fees prior to the due date will result in a fee of $150 to renew your .dk domain. There may be a restore period between when the domain expires and when the domain can be registered again. In the event that you do not pay by the renewal date, your site may be inaccessible during this time so it is very important that you renew this extension before the renewal date.

.dk Domains Dispute & Policy

The most current .dk domains dispute policy can be found at: www.domaeneklager.dk/uk/the_complaint_board_for_domain_names/

The Complaints Board for Domain Names is a specific board who handles complaints regarding the registration of domain names under the .dk domain. E.g. if you are convinced that you have specific interests or trademarks to a given .dk domain name, which some one else already has registered.

The Complaints Board for Domain Names decides if the registration of .dk domain names violates the Danish laws and DK Hostmasters terms and conditions. The Board can decide to transfer, suspend or delete domain names that a complaint has been filed against.

All complaints regarding .dk domain names are to be send to The Complaints Board for Domain Names. On the Boards website you will find a form that must be used in order to file a complaint.

Complaints fee Simultaneously with the filed complaint, you have to pay a complaints-fee. The fee is 500 DKK for domain names with occupational meaning. The fee is 150 DKK for users which only use the domain name privately.

The fee will be refunded if you get wholly or partially right in your complaint.

Rules concerning the Complaints Board for Internet Domain Names The following rules have been set up by Dansk Internet Forum (“DIFO”) under section 14(1) of theDanish Act No. 598 of 24 June 2005 on Internet Domains Specifically Allocated to Denmark

1. Establishment and composition of the Complaints Board for Internet Domain Names
Para. 1. The Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation establishes a complaints board for Internet domain names ("Complaints Board"). The Complaint Boards conducts its business independently of the Minister and Dansk Internet Forum, which has been appointed by the National IT and Telecom Agency to administer the Internet domain.dk (“Registry”).
Para. 2. The Complaints Board comprises three members and three substitutes, who are appointed by the Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation after consultation of the Complaints Board. When appointing members to the Complaints Board the Minister must consider it important to ensure that the Complaints Board overall represents theoretical andpractical expertise in law, including expertise in name and trademark rights.
Para. 3. In addition, the Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation appoints two members and two substitutes with commercial and consumer expertise to assist in handlingcases involving non-commercial users or non-commercial registrants and cases of fundamentalimportance. The chairman of the Complaints Board decides when a matter is of fundamentalimportance. The representatives of consumer and commercial interests are appointed after consultation of the consumer’s and industry’s organisations.
Para. 4. Members of the Complaints Board are appointed for a term of four years.
Para 5. The Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation appoints the chairman of the Complaints Board from among the members of the Complaints Board. The chairman and hissubstitute(s) must be a High Court judge or a Supreme Court judge.
2. Administration
Para. 1. The Complaints Board may retain the services of a secretary to attend to the preparation of cases, take part in any conciliation procedure, head the secretariat and representthe Complaints Board in external affairs.
Par. 2. The Complaints Board sets it own rules of procedure.
3. Areas of competence
Para. 1. The Complaints Board is competent to deal with:
(1) Disputes between registrants and a third party
(2) Disputes between registrants and the Registry
(3) Complaints about the Registry’s decisions under section 11(3) of the Internet Domains Act.
Para. 2. The Complaints Board may make a decision to
(1) suspend, withdraw or transfer a domain name registered or used contrary to section 12 of the Internet Domains Act, business conditions and terms set up in pursuance ofthe Danish Internet Domains Act, section 11(1), or contrary to any other legislation,and
(2) confirm, cancel, change or refer back the Registry’s decision.
Para 3. The Complaints Board has no competence to make decisions on payment of damages or compensation.
4. Submission of complaints
Para. 1. A complaint can be submitted by anyone having an individual and essential interest inthe outcome of the case and by the Registry.
Para. 2. Complaints about decisions made by the Registry must be submitted within four weeks from the date when the complainant was notified of the decision.
Para. 3. Complaints must be submitted to the Complaints Board on paper or electronically, cf. paragraph 5.
Para. 4. Submission of a complaint must be accompanied by payment of a fixed complaints fee.The complaints fee is DKK 500. If, however, the complainant’s interest in the domain name ismainly of a non-commercial nature the complaints fee is DKK 150. A complaint will not bedealt with until the complaints fee has been paid, cf. paragraph 5.
Para. 5. Information on the address to which the complaint should be sent and the place of payment of the complaints fee is available on the website www.domaeneklager.dk.
Para. 6. If a case on the right to the domain name in question is pending between the parties before the courts or if either party has brought such an action before a court of law theComplaints Board can reject or defer the case. The Complaints Board shall reject the case if itconcerns a dispute covered by a valid arbitration agreement. However, this does not apply if thedefendant responds in the case without invoking the arbitration agreement.
. Complaints procedure
Para. 1. The Complaints Board’s secretariat will review the complaint on its receipt. If, cf. paragraph 3, there appears to be no doubt that the complaint cannot be dealt with by theComplaints Board the secretariat will inform the complainant of this together with reasons forthe decision. The attention of the complainant will also be drawn to the fact that the decision canbe brought before the Complaints Board if the complainant still wants it. In that case, thecomplaint will be brought before the Board by the secretariat. If a complaint is rejected inaccordance with this provision the fee will be repaid to the complainant.
Para. 2. If the Complaints Board is competent to deal with the complaint, or if nothing can beadvanced to show that the Board is not competent the secretariat will prepare the hearing of thecase.
Para. 3. As part of the case preparations, the secretariat shall – at no further cost to the complainant – place the complainant in a queue for the waiting list for the disputed domainname, cf. General Conditions item 5.3.1. However, this is not applicable to complaintsregarding suspension of domain names.
Para. 4. The secretariat must inform the defendant about the complaint and enclose all the material received regarding the complaint with the exception of material that the defendant isundoubtedly already familiar with. The defendant is requested to make a statement as soon aspossible and no later than two weeks after receipt. The comments of the defendant shall then bepresented to the complainant for comments with a similar time period for response. Thecomplainant's rejoinder will then be similarly presented to the defendant. If it is evident that theresponse of the defendant or the rejoinder of the complainant do not contain new information orevaluations and that the other party is therefore undoubtedly familiar with the contents of thismaterial, the secretariat need not present the response to the opposing party.
Para. 5. The chairman of the Complaints Board, or a person authorised by the chairman, may inspecial cases decide that the time periods mentioned in paragraph 4 shall be prolonged; thatfurther information shall be obtained in order to make a decision in the case; or that the caseshall be stayed pending the outcome of another case before a court or an administrativeauthority concerning a legal issue of significance to the outcome of the case.
Para. 6. The secretary may propose to the parties that they should try to settle the matter. The conciliation procedure may last no longer than 4 weeks.
Para. 7. If the case is referred to the Complaints Board for consultation, the chairman of theComplaints Board shall decide whether the case can be decided in writing or if a meeting isnecessary. However, cases in which consumer and commercial representatives take part shallalways be decided at a meeting. The chairman can make a decision to obtain further informationfor use in deciding the case or that the case shall be stayed pending the outcome of another caseas mentioned in paragraph 5 or of the conciliation procedure as mentioned in paragraph 6.
6. Costs
Para. 1. If the complainant's claim is successful, whether wholly or in part, the fee shall berepaid to the complainant. The Complaints Board's case administration doe not otherwiseinvolve costs for the parties concerned.
7. Judicial review
Para. 1. The decisions of the Complaints Board are binding and cannot be brought before any administrative authority.
Para. 2. The Complaints Board’s decision can be brought before the courts no later than 8weeks after the person concerned has been notified of the decision.
Para. 3. If a decision made by the Complaints Board is brought before the courts theComplaints Board may grant a stay of execution provided that before the date of enforcement ofthe decision the secretariat of the Complaints Board is notified by the defendant of the actionbrought and enclose the necessary documentation of the institution of such proceedings. In othercases the Complaints Board may grant a stay of execution where a matter is brought before thecourts and this is found to be appropriate.
8. Reopening The chairman may decide that a case on which the Complaints Board has made a decision shall be reopened if a request to this effect is made within eight weeks after notice of the decision hasbeen given to the person concerned. Reopening is only possible if justified by special reasons,particularly in the event of:
(1) the unavoidable absence of a party who has not spoken in the case, or
(2) new information which – had it been available during handling by the ComplaintsBoard – would probably have resulted in a different outcome of the case.
9. Legal force of the Complaints Board’s decision The Complaints Board’s decision will not prevent either party from submitting a complaint tothe Board concerning the same domain name but on a new basis.
10. Publication Decisions made by the Complaints Board will be published on the website www.domaeneklager.dk. The Complaints Board will decide if publication is to respect anyrequests to observe confidentiality of personal details, cf. item 9 of the General Conditions. Theefforts of the secretary to settle a dispute are confidential.
11. Coming into force The present rules come into force on 22 June 2009.

On behalf of Dansk Internet Forum MadsBryde Andersen LiseFuhr Chairman Director

On 16 June 2009 the Danish Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation approved the ruleson the Complaints Board for Internet Domain Names as prescribed by the Internet Domains Act, cf.section 14(3).

What is a .dk domain?

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