Enom’s policy on Transfer of Sponsorship of Registration Between Registrars
For each instance where a Registered Name holder wants to change its Registrar for an existing domain name (i.e., a domain name that appears in a particular top-level domain zone file), Enom requires:
- Express authorization to initiate the transfer process from an individual who has the apparent authority to legally bind the Registered Name Holder (as reflected in the database of losing Registrar).
- In instances when the Registrar of record is being changed simultaneously with a transfer of a domain name from one party to another, Enom also requires submission of appropriate authorization for the transfer. Such authorization shall include, but not be limited to, one of the following:
- a bilateral agreement between the parties;
- the final determination of a binding dispute resolution body; or
- a court order.
- Instances when the requested change of sponsoring Registrar may be denied include but are not limited to:
- situations described in the Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy;
- a pending bankruptcy of the Registered Name holder;
- dispute over the identity of the Registered Name holder; and
- request to transfer sponsorship occurs within the first 60 days after the initial registration with the Registrar.