Domain name cancellation is a process that allows a domain name holder to cancel the registration of a domain name. Cancellation is usually done if the domain name is not being used or if the registration is not in the best interest of the domain name holder.
The process of domain name cancellation is usually simple. The domain name holder will need to contact the domain name registrar and provide proof that the domain name is not being used or is not the best interest of the domain name holder.
The registrar will then cancel the registration and give the domain name holder the domain name back. .
There are a few exceptions to the cancellation process. Cancellation can’t be done if the domain name is registered through a ccTLD or if the domain name is registered through a registrar that is not accredited by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
The conclusion of this article is that domain name cancellation is a simple process that can be used to give a domain name holder back their domain name.