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Domain disputes

Domain dispute is a procedure that can be initiated by the appellant that asserts that the registered domain name of a domain-name holder violates its rights.

In conjunction with legal experts, Registry has prepared a Procedure for Alternative (Domain Name) Dispute Resolution (ADR). All Domain Name Holders, Registrars and Registry are bound by it. This procedure is also a quick and inexpensive way of resolving domain name disputes but it does not exclude the possibility of using other legal remedies.

Link to ADR decisions.
Link to ADR procedure and documentation.
Link to ADR fees.