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This document sets out .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s rules and regulations regarding the supporting documents that need to be submitted together with an application to register a .my domain name.

Copies of supporting documents may be required to be submitted for applications for:

The Registrant's name must be the organisation’s / institution’s / individual’s name as EXACTLY stated in the relevant supporting documents.


For new registrations submitted direct to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY or the Resellers, you may be required to furnish relevant supporting documents to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY or the Resellers, as applicable.

Where you are required to submit relevant supporting documents to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY or the Resellers, your domain name will be registered after the application and the relevant supporting documents have been received and verified.

For new .com.my, .net.my, .org.my and .my domain name registrations via Resellers, please take note that organisations formed pursuant to the:

• Business Registration Act 1956,
• Companies Act 2016, and
• Legal Profession Act 1976

need not submit their supporting documents to Resellers unless specifically requested.

Please see listing below as to the type of supporting documents you may be required to submit to Resellers.

For the avoidance of doubt, all other types of applicants MUST submit the appropriate supporting documents detailed below and such other documents as may be requested by the Resellers.

Where required to submit supporting documents, you shall have 14 days to furnish .my DOMAIN REGISTRY or the Reseller, as applicable, with your supporting documents, failing which your application to register a domain name will be cancelled. However, if your application to register a domain name has been cancelled, it may be resubmitted subject to the domain name being still available.

Please note you are required to warrant that all information submitted in your application to register a domain name is complete, correct and accurate.

.my DOMAIN REGISTRY reserves the right to suspend, delete and/or transfer the domain names of Registrants who have been found to have supplied incomplete, incorrect or inaccurate information in their applications to register a domain name.

.my DOMAIN REGISTRY reserves the right to carry out random checks on the veracity of the information submitted by Registrants from time to time.

You may apply to register for the following second-level and third level domain names:

- For all Malaysian and resident foreign individuals and entities.
- For commercial organisations/activities.
- For network-related organisations/activities.
- For organisations/activities which do not qualify for other categories.
- For all Malaysian citizens and non-Malaysians residing in Malaysia.
- For Malaysian educational organisations only.
- For Malaysian government organisations only.
- For Malaysian military organisations only.

For details on how to register a new domain name, please refer to Registering .my Domain Names.

Registering .com.my, .net.my and .org.my

It is the Registrant's responsibility to select the most appropriate second level domain name (.my) and/or third level domain name (com.my, net.my, org.my, name.my). Please refer to the document on Choosing a Domain Name.



If you wish to transfer your domain name to another organisation, please submit a Transfer Application.

An application to transfer a domain name will be subject to the same Supporting Document requirements as required for registering a new domain name.