.net.uk is a second level domain for .uk
.net.uk - ISPs and network companies
Since .NET.UK enables you to protect your business online, a domain with .NET.UK makes your web address unique and easy to memorize. A .NET.UK extension is doing much more, helping you reach and communicate with the audience in United Kingdom.
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Registrants for .net.uk are required to be Internet Service Providers. The domain name can not be registered unless the applicant is an Internet Service Provider and the Domain Name registered is the same as or a similar variant of the applicant's name.
There are exceptions when the applicant does not have to be an Internet Service Provider
The applicant is either
a company listed on the Register of Companies at Companies House in Great Britain under the Companies Act 1985 as amended from time to time or on the Register of Companies at the Northern Ireland Companies Registry under the Companies (Northern Ireland) Order 1986 as amended from time to time; or
a partnership as defined by the Partnership Act 1890, Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000 or a sole trader; or
a United Kingdom government department, local government body, or associated government funded organisation; or
a recognised academic institution geographically located in the United Kingdom; or
a Charity on the Register of Charities at the Charity Commission in the United Kingdom
AND the applicant either
is listed as a local internet protocol (IP) address registry with a regional IP address registry; or
has an Autonomous System containing hosts in the United Kingdom that is listed with a regional IP address registry and that is
continuously or at all reasonable times reachable from major Internet exchange points
Any Domain Name registered in .net.uk may only be used in the manner set out in this Clause, and we may suspend or cancel the registration if we believe it is not used in this way.
The Domain Name must not be used in connection with any service provided by the registrant on behalf of any other entity. For example, the Domain Name must not be used as part of another entity's e-mail address or URL