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Username: kiyu
Date/Time: Sun, October 15, 2000 at 8:49 PM GMT
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Subject: multiple gTLDs on an  application


I found this here:

I30. A single application may propose multiple TLD strings. In the event multiple TLD strings are proposed in an application, (a) all parts of the application must apply, without significant variation, to all of the strings and (b) if ICANN determines in its sole discretion that one or more parts (such as the Business Capabilities and Plan or the Description of TLD Policies) apply to different proposed TLD strings in a significantly different manner, the applicant may be required to elect which of the strings to pursue in the application.

My summary of this is that if the gTLDs are found to effectively apply to different organizations or technical structures, they MAY be requested to chose only one.  Otherwise, the multiple gTLDs appear to stick.


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