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Change the Ownership of my .au Domain Name Completed - Your legal domain ownership order now has been completed as per requirements below. You don't have to do anything.

A registrant name change is the process of transferring the ownership of a domain name ending in .au from one party to another. A transfer of ownership involves complete re-registration of the domain for 2 years with the receiving entity, who will need to meet the eligibility requirements to hold the registration of the domain.

The following requirements must be met to successfully complete the Registrant name change form:
- The domain name is currently registered with TPP Wholesale.
- The domain name is correctly spelt
- The current registrant contact details for the domain name are valid and accessible. A confirmation request will be sent to the registrant contact email address. Perform a whois search if this is not known.
- The credit card details are valid.
- The domain Authcode (EPP / Domain password).

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Do I need SSL?
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