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Yes. The Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy, applicable to all ICANN-accredited registrars, states that registered name holders must be able to transfer their domain name registrations from one registrar to another. There are, however, some rules and times to respect depending on the domain name.
The Auth-Info code is a unique code generated on the basis of the domain and used to obtain authorization or confirmation of a transfer request. It is usually present in the control panel of the current registrar In other cases, you will need to contact the registrar directly to obtain it, who will need to provide the Auth-Info code within 5 days of the request.
To find out who your current sponsoring registrar is, you can access your domain name information by performing a Whois lookup at .
A registrar has the right to refuse a transfer request in certain special circumstances, such as the following:Proof of fraudAction under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)Court orderReasonable dispute as to the identity of the person authorising the transferDomain name pending payment due for a previous registration periodExplicit written objection by the domain name holderThe domain name is in a state of “blocking” (registrars must provide name holders with an easily accessible and reasonable means to remove the blocking status. For assistance, please contact your registrar).No more than 60 days have elapsed since the date of initial registrationNo more than 60 days have elapsed since the date of a previous transferWhen denying a transfer request, registrars shall be asked to specify the reason for the denial. For assistance, please contact your current registrar or the registrar you wish to transfer to