|Утверждено:||Решением Генерального директора ООО «Координационный центр Регионального домена Республики Татарстан»|
(Приказ № 01/TATAR от 15.07.2014)
|Дата начала действия:||28 августа 2014 года|
|Дата окончания действия:|
1.1. This Dispute Resolution Policy, hereinafter referred to as the “Policy,” has been devised and approved by the Registry in view of promoting out-of-court dispute resolution procedures with respect to registering and using domain names.
1.2. The Registry, registrars, registrants and customers shall abide by the rules and procedures concerning dispute resolution envisaged herein, as well as the rules and procedures to this effect set forth in other documents, including but not limited to the ICANN policies referred to in this Policy.
The Registry, registrars, registrants and customers shall be deemed to have entered into an out-of-court settlement agreement as follows: the Registry – as of the date of entering into .TATAR gTLD Registry Agreement with ICANN, the registrar – upon being authorized by the Registry to provide domain name registration services in the .TATAR domain, the customer – upon filing an application for registering a domain name in the .TATAR domain, and the registrant – upon registering a domain name in .TATAR domain.
Any and all other persons entitled to initiate any out-of-court dispute resolution procedures shall be deemed to have accepted this Policy without any reservation and therefore entered into the out-of-court settlement agreement as envisaged in this Policy or other documents referred to herein from the moment of filing an objection, claim and/or complaint.
1.3. The registrant fully understands and agrees that in accordance with the rules and procedures envisaged in this Policy, various status codes can be assigned to its domain name, including blocking the domain and/or certain transfers.
The following disputes (objections, claims and/or complaints) may be settled out of court in accordance with the relevant rules and procedures:
2.1. Objections regarding the refusal of priority domain name registration or the approval of a priority registration application shall be submitted and reviewed in accordance with the .TATAR Dispute Resolution Policy for Sunrise period and Limited Registration periods (Priority Registration periods) as approved by the Registry and published on its official website at http://domain.tatar.
2.2. Claims regarding the violation of third party trademarks (service marks) in connection with domain name registration and/or use shall be submitted and reviewed in accordance with:
- The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy as approved by ICANN and published on its official website at http://www.icann.org/en/help/dndr/udrp/policy;
- The Uniform Rapid Suspension System Rules as approved by ICANN and published on its official website at http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/applicants/urs.
Any person presuming that the registered domain name or its use infringe upon its exclusive trademark (service mark) shall be entitled to initiate the relevant proceedings by filling a claim with one of the independent intermediaries confirmed/approved by ICANN for the purpose of ensuring out-of-court dispute resolution (referred to as the “Dispute Resolution Service Provider”):
The rules, conditions, application procedures, forms and content of such claims, as well as rules, conditions, sequence and procedures regarding the proceedings are set forth in
- The Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy as approved by ICANN and published on its official website at http://www.icann.org/en/help/dndr/udrp/rules;
- The Uniform Rapid Suspension System as approved by ICANN and published on its official website at http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/applicants/urs;
- As well as supplementary rules and procedures chosen by the Dispute Resolution Service Provider employed by the initiating party.
2.3. Complaints regarding registrations inconsistent with .TATAR domain Mission and values and/or the use of the domain name shall be submitted and reviewed in accordance with the rules and procedures set forth in the .TATAR Domain Anti-Abuse Policy.
2.4. Complaints regarding violation of exclusive trademarks (service marks) of third parties by .TATAR domain or the Registry’s actions (failure to act) shall be submitted and reviewed in accordance with the Trademark Post-Delegation Dispute Resolution Procedure approved by ICANN to this effect and published on its official website at http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/applicants/agb/pddrp-04jun12-en.pdf.
The list of TPDDR Dispute Resolution Service Providers is available on ICANN’s website at http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/program-status/pddrp.
3. Final provisions
3.1. Dispute resolution rules and procedures envisaged herein (Article 2 of this Policy) shall not apply to reserved domain names under the .TATAR Domain Name Reservation Policy.
3.2. The aforementioned dispute resolution procedures shall not deprive or limit the rights of the interested party to take legal action. Out-of-court resolution of any dispute referenced to in this Policy may be initiated at any time, including both prior to or after taking legal action and, inter alia, upon a judge’s suggestion.
3.3. This Policy constitutes a supplement to .TATAR Terms and Conditions of Domain Name Registrations and is an integral part thereof. This Policy shall be amended, supplemented, updated, approved in a new version or canceled in the manner and under the terms envisaged in the .TATAR Terms and Conditions of Domain Name Registrations.
3.4. This Policy shall take effect on the date appearing in the header of this document and shall remain in force until the Registry decides to cancel or terminate this Policy or takes any other decision to this effect.