What Is A Registration Agreement

They approve the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Settlement Directive (“UDRP”) and the rules of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Settlement Directive (“UDRP Rules”), copies of which are available under www.icann.org/dndr/udrp/policy.htm and www.icann.org/resources/pages/udrp-rules-2015-03-11-en. You agree that the UDRP may be modified at any time by ICANN (or ICANN`s successor) and that such a change will bind you. You agree that if the registration or reservation of your domain name is disputed by a third party, you are subject to the provisions in force in the UDRP at the time of the controversy of your domain name registration by the third party. You also agree that in the event of a domain name dispute with third parties, you will keep us unscathed and unscathed under the terms of the UDRP. You also understand that it is important for you to regularly monitor emails sent to the email address related to your account and domain name, because, among other things, in the event of a dispute over the services available to you, you may lose your rights to receive services if you do not respond quickly to an associated email. Domain rehire fees. You understand and consent that Namecheap and/or registrars may collect taxes related to the restoration of a domain, including reinstatement after non-renewal or suspension. To respond to a reinstatement request from you, you agree to pay the fees charged by a registry in connection with such reinstatement, as well as the reasonable fees that may be charged by Namecheap. NOTE: All registrars do not list their restitutio integrum fees in the field as part of their domain registration agreements and/or their terms of use. Nevertheless, you acknowledge and agree to pay the registration fee as set at your discretion to re-enter a domain.

They also acknowledge that Namecheap has no control over the pricing of a registry. You agree that Namecheap and/or an existing registry may, at your discretion and without any responsibility, refuse to register a domain name and/or delete the registration of a domain name for the first five days after registration. When you first sign up, we can place a “Registrar Lock” (listed in the ClientTransferProhibited account) on your domain name and associated services, which prevents your domain name from being transferred without your permission, even if we don`t have to. If you want to remove the registration block at any time, you can do so inside your account, but until they remove the registration block, you agree to refuse any transfer request that will be made on the domain name and associated services. If you register a domain name for or on behalf of another person, you declare that you are entitled to connect that person as a customer under all conditions and hire that person as a customer. If you grant the use of a domain name, register with us or you remain the owner of the domain name and remain responsible for all legal and agree obligations, including, but not just payment obligations, and providing (and updating if necessary) both your own complete contact information, as well as specific technical, administrative, billing and contact information that can facilitate timely resolution of problems related to domain name and domain name registration, and ensure that third party intellectual property rights are not infringed or other rights are not infringed. To access, view, update, delete or download data related to your domain name registration, you need to be logged into your account. If you apply to delete your personal data and the data is required for the products or services you have purchased, the request is only considered to the extent that it is used for services that are used for legitimate or legal or contractual commercial purposes.