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  1. #1
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    Domain Dispute Typical Story

    One director of a client had a dispute with the company, changed the domain information to himself as the owner. The other director wants the domain back. Any suggestions : (
    Registrar would not do anything pending a police report. Can we look for ICANN or whatsoever?

  2. #2
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    he can report that his domain was stolen to the current registrar.

    i believe they would return the domain to him.

    check http://whois.sc/whois-history/ it might have whois history for the domain as prove.
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  3. #3
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    depends on who's name the domain was in, and what the legal framework of directors and companies is in .sg

    best to speak to a local lawyer
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