In this thesis will be discussed in detail on the right to the transfer of domains that is still controversial in the jurisdiction and literature. Due to the current legislation, there is no statutory right to transfer the domain and hence there is some debate about solutions, analogies and their necessity. First, I describe some general information on the subject of domain and their registry and then an overview of the legal classification of domains are created. Furthermore, the different ways of dispute resolution are discussed nationally and internationally. The Supreme Court decision in the case "omega.at" denies the practical relevance and the need for clarification, but the claim was not rejected in principle. In case law, there is considerable legal uncertainty and frustrated Court ways. This work aims to present the possible routes of transmission of domains and also through selected supreme court decisions and relevant literature to work out a possible legal right to transfer. As a basis for a claim the brand and intellectual property law, the Unfair Competition Act, and the Civil Code are discussed. Further, in a Excursus presented the legal situation in Germany and also drawn a comparison with the German registry, and also the decision "shell.de" is analyzed. My plea is to protect the right-holder, in addition to corresponding defense mechanisms, a transmission opportunity is created, which can best be enforced also quickly, cheaply and effectively, represent for the transfer claim is still missing is a significant legal deficit.