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What typically happens with IP blocks when an ISP and or hoster goes out of business? We have a legit client looking to purchase blocks of IPs. Do they all go back to ARIN's hands. Are there any companies out that "broker them for sale?"
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they are reclaimed by arin.
you can also buy the companies shell or if it has gone through bankruptcy that is even better because you can buy the assets cleanly.
arin will require you to buy the corporation though so you may get some unwanted things along with the ips if it has not gone through bk.
otherwise they go back.
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