If you move, change your Internet provider (and hence your e-mail address), or if your organisation or company changes its name, etc. you most probably will not think immediately about the consequences that these changes will have on your domain name. In practical terms, however, it means that the details you gave when registering your domain name are no longer correct. The consequences of this are that from a legal and technical point of view, you are no longer complying with DNS Belgium’s general terms and conditions, and (theoretically at least) you run the risk of losing your domain name. This can lead to all sorts of practical problems, not least of which is the fact that you cannot receive the e-mail containing your transfer code
if your e-mail address is no longer correct (because, of course, DNS Belgium will send an e-mail with the transfer code to the address that is currently in our database).
The best way of avoiding this type of problem is to keep your details up to date. It is important for you to understand that any changes cannot be carried out directly by DNS Belgium. You need to pass on changes to your personal details to the registrar managing your domain name at that particular time. The registrar will then adjust your details for you and ensure that these changes are recorded in the DNS Belgium database. And when you think about it, this is also the most logical approach to take, because if you only notify DNS Belgium of the changes, you will have to inform your registrar later anyway, otherwise you run the risk of your registrar not being able to contact you (for example to send you your annual renewal notice) and so you could possibly lose your domain name.