|TLD type||Country code top-level domain|
|Registry||Office des Postes et Telecommunications|
|Sponsor||Office des Postes et Telecommunications|
|Intended use||Entities connected with New-Caledonia|
|Actual use||Gets some use in New Caledonia|
|Registration restrictions||Must be a registered company or organization in New Caledonia with a local contact; individuals are not eligible to register domains|
|Structure||Registrations are made directly at the second level, or at the third level beneath the .asso.nc 2LD|
|Dispute policies||The registry encourages compromises between disputing parties but otherwise stays out of disputes|
The second-level domain .nc.us, within the .us country code domain, is for the U.S. state of North Carolina, and .nc.tr, within the .tr country code domain, is for the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus ("TRNC"), but neither has a connection with the .nc ccTLD.
Only companies registered in New Caledonia are permitted to register .nc domain names.
Many generic terms are prohibited from registration (those linked with crimes); there are also many reserved for particular circumstances. These include "administration", "bible", "blog", "cabinets", "colonisation", "flag", "justice", "mail", "nation", "offense", "outrage", "presses", "registries", "temple", "union", "vote" and hundreds more.
The following 2nd level domains are available for third-level domain name registration:
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