How to register a reserved or conflicted .NZ domain

The deadline for registering a reserved or formerly conflicted .NZ domain passed on March 30th, 2017. Those domains can now be registered regularly IF there is no longer an existing conflict. I.e. multiple parties wanting the same .NZ domain name and with a legitimate claim based on an existing ownership of the comparable .CO.NZ, .ORG.NZ, etc. domain name.

For still conflicted .NZ domains, the registrants involved will need to lodge their preference with the registry by October 18th, 2017 to remain involved. (If this is not done the claimant will lose the right to claim the second-level domain, e.g. mydomain.nz.)

You can lodge your preference regarding a conflicted domain name here:


https://www.dnc.org.nz/conflicted-name-process/lodge-your-preference/

More information are the conflicted domain process can be found here:

https://dnc.org.nz/cnp

Proposed changes to the conflicted name process can be found here:

https://dnc.org.nz/conflicted-names

The registry will also be contacting those involved in conflicts. Still conflicted .NZ domain names cannot be registered in our system yet.

Our registration fee for .NZ and other domains is listed on our pricing page:
https://iwantmyname.com/domains/dot-nz