Who owns the domain if you act as my agent?

The official owner of a domain is the registrant. In some agency cases this will still be you. In others cases the agent will be the owner. In either case you retain full control over the domain and are free to use it in any way. If at a later date you are able to meet the local requirements, you can change the registrant to be yourself.

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