depends on the Registrar/delegate side.
I think if the domain already exists, it may be the focus and will,
But it is better such not to do, as most registrars require not only A records for the NS servers, but even appropriate valid reverse for the IP.
Read the rules of delegation for your domain, in the worst case can domain and to select.
As for working software to unleash your behalf, here can't say specifically, but I think that most of the servers are working correctly.
mackenzie.Mraz23 answered on October 8th 19 at 03:50
no, it can't. It is prohibited, and will not work.
eldon_Batz84 answered on October 8th 19 at 03:52
No, it can't.
In RFC this moment described as impossible.
If I write in the config of bind — it will not reload the zone.