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The registration of paid second-level domains

Users of paid second-level domains can use these domains for any purpose (commercial purposes, for presenting products, services, projects or for non-commercial purposes).

Paid second-level domains can be registered by:

  • legal entities (companies, associations, political parties and other organisations with legal existence);
  • all natural persons.

Restrictions:

  • legal entities (except associations) can register up to nine paid domains;
  • associations can register one paid domain;
  • all natural persons can register one paid domain.

Domain names:

There are no requirements for the domain name, but the following cannot be used: registered protected technical terms, geographical names and generic terms of interest to the information space of the Republic of Croatia.

Important note:
Since there are no requirements for the domain name, users must strictly follow the Ordinance, i.e. restrain from registering domains which violate the rights of others (protected seals and trade marks). Domains registered in this way cannot be sold to or used by third parties. A domain will be deleted if it is determined that it is exclusively or mostly used by a person not registered as its user. Also, under Article 22 of the Ordinance, the registration of technical terms, geographical names and generic terms of interest to the information space of the Republic of Croatia is not permitted.

How to register:

Paid domains are registered exclusively via licensed registrars. You can find a list of licensed registrars here.

Price of paid second-level domains:

The final price of the domain will be determined by the registrars. The price that the registrars pay to CARNet was determined by the CARNet Managing Council at the proposal of the DNS Committee and amounts to 400 HRK a year (VAT excluded).