Nominet and bringing a claim
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Who may submit a complaint?
Any person or entity may submit a complaint to Nominet.
What should the complaint set out?
The complaint shall not exceed 2000 words and shall specify the Domain Name
which is the subject of the dispute and the name or mark which is identical or
similar to the Domain Name and in which the Complainant asserts it has Rights.
It will describe in accordance with Nominetís Policy the grounds on which the
complaint is made including in particular
The rights to which you claim.
Why the Domain Name is an abusive registration.
Is there any legal proceedings to have been commenced or terminated in
connection with the Domain Name which is the subject of the complaint.
conclude with the following statement followed by the signature of the
Complainant or its authorised representative:-
"The Complainant agrees that its claims and remedies concerning the
registration of the Domain Name, the dispute, or the dispute's resolution shall
be solely against the Respondent and that neither Nominet UK nor its directors,
officers, employees or servants nor any Expert shall be liable for anything done
or omitted in connection with any proceedings under the Dispute Resolution
Service unless the act or omission is shown to have been in bad faith.";
"The information contained in this complaint is to the best of the
Complainant's knowledge true and complete. This complaint is not being presented
in bad faith and the matters stated in this complaint comply with the Procedure
and applicable law."; and
"If the Expert orders a transfer of the domain name(s) then I agree to be
bound by Nominet's Terms and Conditions for the Registration of Domain Names,
and in particular the provisions relating to Nominet's processing of personal
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Article Published/Sorted/Amended on Scopulus 2007-05-26 20:49:07 in Legal Articles