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Re: [gnso-lockpdp-wg] Domain lock committee - question lists

  • To: "John Berryhill, Ph.d., Esq." <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [gnso-lockpdp-wg] Domain lock committee - question lists
  • From: Luc SEUFER <lseufer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 14:43:10 +0000

Hi John,

I had the same feeling for some of the questions regarding the Lock measures 
taken by each registrar.

Unless the survey is anonymous and even though, I am not seeing any registrar 
gouging to admit  they are in breach of the RAA.



On 10 mai 2012, at 16:18, "John Berryhill, Ph.d., Esq." <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

>> ยท When a domain name is locked pursuant to a pending UDRP, but passes its 
>> expiration date (without renewal), do you allow the domain name to expire? 
>> Or do you wait until the UDRP proceeding and 15 day "wait period" are 
>> complete?
> I don't know if this is a "trick question", but this subject is covered in 
> the Expired Domain Deletion Policy, which is integrated into the Registrar 
> Accreditation Agreement, and which prescribes action in this situation:
> -----------
> http://www.icann.org/en/resources/registrars/accreditation/eddp
> In the event that a domain which is the subject of a UDRP dispute is 
> deleted or expires during the course of the dispute, the complainant in the 
> UDRP dispute will have the option to renew or restore the name under the same 
> commercial terms as the registrant. If the complainant renews or restores the 
> name, the name will be placed in Registrar HOLD and Registrar LOCK status, 
> the WHOIS contact information for the registrant will be removed, and the 
> WHOIS entry will indicate that the name is subject to dispute. If the 
> complaint is terminated, or the UDRP dispute finds against the complainant, 
> the name will be deleted within 45 days. The registrant retains the right 
> under the existing redemption grace period provisions to recover the name at 
> any time during the Redemption Grace Period, and retains the right to renew 
> the name before it is deleted.
> ----------
> The question boils down to "Do you comply with the Registrar Accreditation 
> Agreement?" and apparently seeks an admission that the registrar does not.
> Procedure in the event of domain expiration during a UDRP is well defined, 
> not discretionary, and not within the scope of this group.
> John Berryhill, Ph.d. Esq.
> 204 East Chester Pike
> First Floor, Suite 4
> Ridley Park, PA 19078
> +1.610.565.5601
> +1.267.386.8115 fax
> john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



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