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Domain and companies going bust
We are holding an ex-customers domain who went into liquidation and left us.
We are the technical holder.
Do we let this domain lapse or can we take control of it for ourselves or resell?
The domains rightfull owner is the company, if they went into liquidation, the liquidator is the offical owner.
You can contact them and ask to buy it, technically it is still an asset of the company.
If you sell it, and the liquidator comes looking, you are liable for theft.
If it is a good name, ask to buy it.
Thanks Chris; that's good advice...
....now to find the liquidator
Normally in the UK if a company is liquidated, it is in the local paper and sometimes a notice is on the building advising potential debt collectors to contact the liquidator.
Go online, type in google the name, or pop down the local library and get the local paper for that week either way so to speak.
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