Network Solutions LLC urges ICANN to explicitly require all registries to comply with the Transfer Policy and provide a First Level dispute resolution process for all registrars without imposing conditions on registrars that were not part of the policy. The Transfer Policy, in Section A.6, clearly requires that registries "must" undo a transfer within 14 days of a registry dispute decision to reverse a transfer unless a court action is filed. Additionally, Section C of the Transfer Policy, further obligates registries to follow the procedures set out in the Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy ("TDRP"): Procedures for handling disputes concerning inter-registrar transfers are set forth in the Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy. Procedures in this policy must be followed by the applicable Registry Operators and ICANN accredited Registrars. (Emphasis added.) Thus, where the facts warrant a reversal of a transfer in a First Level dispute at the registry, the registry is obligated to undo the transfer within 14 days unless a court action is filed. This is in accordance with the Transfer Policy. In requiring registrars to execute amendments to the Registry-Registrar Agreements before it will guaranty that it will provide First Level dispute resolution services or undo a fraudulent transfer, VeriSign is refusing to comply with the Transfer Policy and the TDRP. Paragraph 3 of VeriSign's proposed Amendment states: Undo Command. REGISTRAR acknowledges and agrees that VERISIGN shall have no obligation to undo a transfer in accordance with the Transfer Policy if both REGISTRAR and the other Registrar to the dispute have not executed amendments to their .COM [or .NET] Registry-Registrar Agreement with VERISIGN to include the Transfer Policy. VeriSign has stated that it interprets this language to allow it to refuse to undo a transfer if either of the registrars to the dispute has not executed the amendment. Therefore, according to VeriSign's interpretation of its proposed Amendment, if a registrar signs the Amendment and had a dispute with a registrar that had not signed the Amendment, VeriSign might not undo an otherwise improper transfer, thereby denying the registrar a First Level dispute procedure. Such a result would be unfair, unjust and should not be permitted by ICANN. ICANN should not allow VeriSign to force upon registrars an overreaching amendment as a condition of VeriSign's compliance with the Transfer Policy. The Transfer Policy provides for no such condition, its attempted imposition by VeriSign is improper, and ICANN should ensure that all registrars are able to use the First Level dispute resolution service to undo an improper transfer.