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RE: [registrars] TDRP for Registrants

  • To: "Registrars Constituency" <registrars@xxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: RE: [registrars] TDRP for Registrants
  • From: "Bruce Tonkin" <Bruce.Tonkin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2004 12:46:18 +1100
  • Sender: owner-registrars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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  • Thread-topic: [registrars] TDRP for Registrants

Great to hear that the dispute process is working!


	From: owner-registrars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:owner-registrars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Erik Abildgaard
	Sent: Wednesday, 15 December 2004 1:00 AM
	To: 'Tim Ruiz'; 'Registrars Constituency'
	Subject: RE: [registrars] TDRP for Registrants
	Ascio has filed a formal dispute at the registry level and after
14 days the case has been solved and the request enforced. This seems
relatively efficient - at least compared to the registrant taking legal
action on his own. 
	I believe that an efficient TDRP is an important part of the new
transfer policy, and we are having similar considerations on if and how
to make this available to the registrants.
	Erik Knudsen
	Ascio Technologies

	 -----Original Message-----
	From: Tim Ruiz [mailto:tim@xxxxxxxxxxx]
	Sent: 13. december 2004 15:22
	To: 'Registrars Constituency'
	Subject: [registrars] TDRP for Registrants

		I'd be interested in others experience so far with
disputes (formal or otherwise) under the new transfer policy. We,
GoDaddy, are wondering if there may be an advantage for us all by
allowing registrants to file a TDRP. Right now, if the registrant does
not contact the registrar first, or is not familiar with the fact that
the TDRP exists, they may take legal action on their own and make the
TDRP a pointless option.




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