.my Regulations

Requirements & Information

CountryMalaysia
CodeMY
CurrencyUSD
Available TLDsRequirements
myLC
com.myLC
net.myLC
org.myLC
name.myLC

Additional Information

Must have company registered in Malaysia

The domain name must contain only alpha-numeric characters (a-z , 0-9) and hyphens (-).
The name must begin with a letter or number and cannot end with a hyphen (-).
For .com.my, the total length of the domain name (including the extension and the individual '.') must be no longer than 50 characters.

Administrative Contact
This is the authorised person able to speak and contract on behalf of the Registrant. The Administrative Contact must be an authorised employee of the Registrant organisation/company.
Technical Contact
This is the person who maintains the domain name's primary name server, secondary name server, resolver software and the domain name database files. This person keeps the name server running.
Gambling name is not allowed as domain name

AGREEMENT FOR REGISTRATION OF DOMAIN NAME

IMPORTANT: Before submitting the Domain Name Registration Form to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY (i.e. “MYNIC”) and/or renewing the registration of a .my domain name, you (hereinafter referred to as the “Registrant”) are requested to read this Agreement and .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s rules, policies and procedures, including but not limited to the Fees Schedule, Supporting Documents and .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s domain name dispute resolution policies and rules.

This Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions which govern the registration and/or renewal of the registration of a .my domain name. This Agreement is to be read together with .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s rules, policies and procedures, including but not limited to the Fees Schedule, Supporting Documents and .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s domain name dispute resolution policies and rules, as amended and supplemented by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY from time to time.

By submitting the Domain Name Registration Form to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY and/or registering/using the .my domain name, the Registrant confirms that the Registrant has read, understood, accepted and agreed to be bound by all the terms and conditions of this Agreement and .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s rules, policies and procedures (including but not limited to those mentioned above), as amended and supplemented by MYNIC from time to time.

The Agreement shall come into force on the Registration Date and shall continue in full force during the subsistence of the registration of the domain name.



1. Definitions

For the purposes of this Agreement, the following definitions shall apply:-

1.1 “Administrative Contact” means the person stated to be so in the application form or in any notice communicated to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by the Registrant (in accordance with the procedures prescribed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY);

1.2 “Billing Contact” means the person stated to be so in the application form or in any notice communicated to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by the Registrant (in accordance with the procedures prescribed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY);

1.3 “Fees” means the fees detailed in the Fees Schedule, including the registration fee and renewal fee and such other fees as may be imposed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY from time to time;

1.4 “Fees Schedule” means the schedule outlining the Fees and other charges payable by the Registrant, as may be varied by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY from time to time;

1.5 “.my DOMAIN REGISTRY” means MYNIC;

1.6 “MYNIC” (i.e. Malaysian Network Information Centre) means MYNIC Berhad (735031-H);

1.7 “Registrant” means the person or organisation that has applied for the domain name, as stated in the application form and/or an existing registrant who maintains the registration of a domain name with .my DOMAIN REGISTRY;

1.8 “Registration Date” means the date the domain name is registered by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY; and

1.9 “Technical Contact” means the person stated to be so in the application form or in any notice communicated to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by the Registrant (in accordance with the procedures prescribed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY).



2. The Registrant agrees:

2.1 that registration of domain names is on a ‘first come, first served’ basis;

2.2 to ensure timely payment of the Fees;

2.3 to the disclosure of the Registration Date and the information provided by the Registrant to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY in the application form or in any notice communicated to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by the Registrant (in accordance with the procedures prescribed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY) from time to time, such as the relevant domain name, the Registrant’s name, telephone number, facsimile number, e-mail address and other contact persons’ details, by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY in a publicly accessible database;

2.4 that the Registrant does not own the registered domain name;

2.5 to provide and to keep .my DOMAIN REGISTRY updated with complete, correct and accurate information at all times;

2.6 that it is not the duty nor responsibility of .my DOMAIN REGISTRY to screen requested domain names to determine whether the Registrant is entitled to register or has any rights in the domain name or whether the domain name may infringe upon the right(s) of a third party;

2.7 to be bound by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s relevant applicable domain name dispute resolution policies in resolving any dispute between parties, initiated in accordance with the then current version of the same found on the .my DOMAIN REGISTRY website, over the rights to register and use the domain name;

2.8 that any dispute between parties over the rights to use a registered domain name is to be resolved by the contending parties without making .my DOMAIN REGISTRY a party to the same, whether via .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s applicable policies and procedures, legal proceedings or otherwise; and

2.9 that if .my DOMAIN REGISTRY is named by the Registrant as a party to any legal proceedings, .my DOMAIN REGISTRY may suspend the domain name until the conclusion of the said legal proceedings.



3. The Registrant represents and warrants that:

3.1 the Registrant is a person or organisation (as applicable) who/which meets the requirements stated in and qualifies to register the domain name as stated in the Supporting Documents;

3.2 the Registrant has ensured the suitability of the persons chosen to act as the Administrative Contact, Billing Contact and Technical Contact as stated in the application form or in any notice communicated to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by the Registrant (in accordance with the procedures prescribed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY) from time to time;

3.3 the domain name applied for does not infringe any registered or unregistered trademark or any other intellectual property rights of a third party;

3.4 all information in the application form submitted to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY is complete, correct and accurate as at the date of submission and shall continue to remain updated at all times;

3.5 the domain name applied for is not scandalous, indecent, obscene or offensive, whether directly or indirectly;

3.6 the registration or use of the domain name is not for any illegal and/or unlawful purposes, and does not infringe the rights of any party;

3.7 the applicable governmental consents, licences and/or permissions, in so far as they are applicable to the name/domain name, have been obtained; and

3.8 the domain name and the name encompassed within the domain name applied for is valid and in compliance with all relevant applicable laws.



4. Fees and Invoices

4.1 All Fees related to the domain name are as per the Fees Schedule.

4.2 All Fees are non-refundable.

4.3 All invoices will be sent to the Billing Contact, who receives it on behalf of the Registrant, and in such manner (whether by post, fax or e-mail) as stated in the application form or in any notice communicated to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by the Registrant (in accordance with the procedures prescribed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY) from time to time.

4.4 If payment is not made within the time stipulated in the Fees Schedule, .my DOMAIN REGISTRY may,

4.4.1 suspend the domain name of the Registrant and the Registrant shall pay additional charges for reinstatement of the domain name; and/or

4.4.2 delete the domain name of the Registrant and at .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s sole right and discretion, make available to the public the deleted domain name. In the event the Registrant wishes to register for the deleted domain name, the Registrant shall submit a new application.

4.5 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY shall be entitled to impose reasonable late payment charges on any late payment of the Fees.



5. .my DOMAIN REGISTRY Rights

5.1 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY reserves the right to reject any application for a domain name to be registered without giving any reason therefor.

5.2 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY shall not be responsible for any content associated with or any use connected to the domain name of the Registrant.

5.3 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY shall not be responsible for the use of any domain name which infringes any trademark, registered or unregistered, or any rights to the name forming the domain name in any other context.

5.4 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY reserves the right (without in any way limiting its right to act as already provided for in this Agreement) to suspend or delete the domain name and/or to terminate the Agreement at any time, with prior notice to the Registrant, in the event -

5.4.1 any of the Registrant’s representations and warranties in section 3 are breached;

5.4.2 the Fees are not paid pursuant to section 4.4;

5.4.3 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY finds any of the information supplied to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by the Registrant, including the Administrative Contact, Billing Contact or Technical Contact to be incomplete, incorrect or inaccurate;

5.4.4 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY, in its sole and absolute opinion, finds the domain name or the use of the domain name to be undesirable;

5.4.5 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY,in its sole and absolute opinion, finds that the registration of the domain name has been obtained based on or otherwise involves the provision of false or misleading information; or

5.4.6 the Registrant breaches any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement or any of .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s rules, policies and procedures, as may be amended and supplemented by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY from time to time.

5.5 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY reserves the right to delete or transfer the domain name and terminate the Agreement at any time, without prior notice, in complying with a decision made in accordance with .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s relevant applicable domain name dispute resolution policies, the Arbitration Act 2005 or the Rules for Arbitration of the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration, or a court order issued by a Malaysian court, as the case may be.

5.6 .my DOMAIN REGISTRY reserves the right to make available to the public the domain name upon its deletion.

5.7 Notwithstanding anything herein, the Registrant agrees that it is a condition of this Agreement that .my DOMAIN REGISTRY shall have the right to, amongst others, reverse or suspend or delete the registration of a domain name where it deems it necessary in its sole and absolute opinion to do so, without giving any reason and/or notice therefor.



6. Termination by the Registrant

The Registrant may terminate this Agreement with .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by submitting the relevant current application form, for the transfer or deletion of the domain name (in accordance with the procedures prescribed by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY).



7. Disclaimer

7.1 The Registrant agrees that .my DOMAIN REGISTRY will not be liable for any damage, liability, loss, costs, charges and expenses due to or related to, amongst others, registration of, application of, modification of, deletion of, suspension of, transfer of, reverse transfer of and/or use of Registrant’s domain name, or for interruption of business, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any kind (including loss of profits) regardless of the form of actions, cause of actions, suits, claims and demands whether in contract, tort (including negligence), or otherwise, even if .my DOMAIN REGISTRY has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event .my DOMAIN REGISTRY is found to be liable under this Agreement, in no event shall .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s aggregate liability under the terms and conditions of this Agreement or otherwise (including negligence) exceed the cumulative total of the Fees paid by the Registrant.

7.2 The Registrant agrees that all conditions and warranties which would otherwise be implied into this Agreement are hereby excluded to the fullest extent permissible by law.



8. Indemnity

8.1 The Registrant agrees to indemnify and hold and save harmless .my DOMAIN REGISTRY against any and all actions, causes of action, suits, claims and demands of any nature or kind as well as from and against any and all damages, liabilities, losses, costs, charges and expenses including reasonable legal fees resulting from, amongst others, the Registrant’s breach of the terms and conditions of this Agreement and/or of .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s applicable rules, policies and procedures, as may be amended and supplemented by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY from time to time, and/or such other acts or omissions of the Registrant, whether deliberate or otherwise, with regard to the domain name.



9. Assignment

The Registrant consents to .my DOMAIN REGISTRY assigning all rights and obligations of .my DOMAIN REGISTRY contained herein if the assignee agrees to be bound by or assume the obligations imposed on .my DOMAIN REGISTRY by this Agreement. The Registrant shall not assign the rights and obligations of the Registrant contained herein to any party.



10. Notice

Unless stated otherwise in this Agreement, any notice in relation to the Agreement herein shall be deemed to be served if delivered by hand, sent by Registered Post, fax or e-mail, to the party to whom it is given at its last known postal address, fax number or e-mail address. The notice will be effective if –

10.1 delivered by hand, upon written acknowledgement of receipt by the receiving party or its duly authorized employee, representative or agent; or

10.2 sent by Registered Post, on the fifth (5th) day after posting; or

10.3 sent by fax or e-mail, upon the transmitting equipment confirming dispatch of the notice as evidenced by the records of the transmitting equipment.



11. Amendment

The terms and conditions herein are subject to change from time to time by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY without any prior written notice, except where otherwise specified, to the Registrant and the revised terms and conditions shall bind the Registrant from the date such change is effected.



12. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Malaysia and the Registrant and .my DOMAIN REGISTRY hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Malaysia.



13. Miscellaneous

13.1 Non-Waiver. No failure or delay on the part of .my DOMAIN REGISTRY in exercising nor any omission to exercise any right, power, privilege or remedy under this Agreement upon any default on the part of the Registrant shall impair any such right, power, privilege or remedy or be construed as a waiver thereof or any acquiescence in such default; nor shall any action by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY in respect of any default, affect or impair any right, power, privilege or remedy of .my DOMAIN REGISTRY in respect of any other or subsequent default.

13.2 Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is held to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable under present or future laws, such provision shall be fully severable and this Agreement shall be construed and enforced as if such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision had never comprised a part hereof and the remaining provision shall remain in full force and effect and shall not be affected by the illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision or by its severance herefrom.

13.3 Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s rules, policies and procedures, as amended and supplemented by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY from time to time, contains the entire understanding between the Registrant and .my DOMAIN REGISTRY with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements or understandings, inducements or conditions, express or implied, oral or written made between the parties hereto.


This document is subject to change by .my DOMAIN REGISTRY from time to time without any prior written notice

MYNIC'S (.my)
DOMAIN NAME DISPUTE
RESOLUTION POLICY
THE POLICY
© 2003-2006 MYNIC BERHAD. All rights reserved.
MYNIC's (.my) Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (MYDRP)
Page 1
MYNIC's (.my) Domain Name
Dispute Resolution Policy
THE POLICY
1. Purpose
1.1 MYNIC's (.my) Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy ("MYDRP") is prepared
by us, MYNIC Berhad (i.e. Malaysian Network Information Centre). It sets out the
terms which govern any dispute between you, the registrant of a .my Country
Code Top Level Domain ("Domain Name") and a third party ("Complainant")
over your registration or use of a Domain Name.
1.2 Any party which wants to use the MYDRP or to participate in a Domain Name
dispute resolution proceeding ("Proceeding") must comply with the terms of the
MYDRP.
1.3 All Proceedings are governed and administered in accordance with the MYDRP,
the Rules of the MYDRP and the Supplemental Rules of the dispute resolution
service provider(s) ("Provider") (collectively referred to as the "Policy and
Rules"). These Proceedings are not arbitration.
2. Your representations
2.1 You agree that all of the information which you have provided to us in your
registration, renewal of the Domain Name and/or in the course of a Proceeding
(as applicable) is complete, current and true.
2.2 You also agree that the registration and any subsequent renewal of the Domain
Name, either by yourself or through your authorised representative:-
(i) will not infringe the rights of any third party; and
(ii) is legal, valid and in compliance with the Policy and Rules as well as all
relevant applicable laws.
2.3 You are solely responsible to make sure that your registration and any
subsequent renewal of the Domain Name does not infringe the rights of any third
party.
2.4 You agree that we will not be liable nor will we be required to indemnify you or
your officers and employees ("Employees") for any damages or losses which
you or your Employees may suffer, arising from any situation whatsoever
including, among others, your registration or renewal of the Domain Name or
where the Domain Name infringes the rights of any third party.
3. Transfers, Modification & Deletion
3.1 We will only transfer, modify or delete your registration of the Domain Name in
the following circumstances:-
(i) where you or your duly authorised representative has instructed us to do
so subject to Paragraph 17 and such instructions are authorised and in
compliance with MYNIC's applicable procedures, the Policy and Rules as
well as all other relevant applicable laws;
(ii) where you or your duly authorised representative has instructed us to do
so pursuant to the Domain Name dispute being resolved amicably and in
such instances, you are required to provide us with satisfactory evidence
of the same;
(iii) where we are required to do so by an order or judgment of a Malaysian
Court and in such instances, only after we receive a certified true copy of
such order or judgment; or
(iv) where we are required to do so pursuant to the decision of a Panel
deciding the Proceeding, subject to Paragraph 14.3,
upon which we will act accordingly.
3.2 We are not responsible to review or verify whether your instructions are valid or
accurate.
3.3 We may, however, transfer, modify or delete your registration of the Domain
Name in accordance with the terms of the Registration Agreement entered into
between you and us or pursuant to the Policy and Rules as well as any relevant
applicable laws.
4. Negotiations
4.1 You and the Complainant are strongly encouraged to explore the possibility of
having the Domain Name dispute settled through negotiations, mediation,
conciliation or any other alternative dispute resolution process before
commencing a Proceeding.
5. The Proceeding
5.1 If the Complainant disputes your registration or use of the Domain Name, the
Complainant may file a Complaint with a Provider.
5.2 The Complainant must establish BOTH of the following elements in the
Complaint:-
(i) the Domain Name is identical or confusingly similar to a trade mark or
service mark to which the Complainant has rights; and
(ii) you have registered and/or used the Domain Name in bad faith.
5.3 The Complainant may also submit a Complaint to the Provider in respect of more
than one Domain Name but only if all of these other Domain Names were
registered by you.
6. Registration and/or use of the Domain Name in bad faith
6.1 For the purposes of paragraph 5.2(ii), evidence of your registration and/or use of
the Domain Name being in bad faith may include, among others, the following
circumstances:-
(i) you registered and/or are using the Domain Name mainly to sell, rent or
transfer the Domain Name for profit to the Complainant, its competitor or
the owner of the trade mark or service mark; or
(ii) you registered and/or are using the Domain Name to prevent the owner of
a trade mark or service mark from using the domain name which is
identical with its trade mark or service mark; or
(iii) you registered and/or are using the Domain Name to disrupt the business
of the Complainant; or
(iv) you registered and/or are using the Domain Name for the purposes of and
with the intention to attract or divert, for commercial gain, Internet users
to:-
(a) your web site;
(b) a web site of the Complainant's competitor; or
(c) any other web site and/or online location,
by creating a possibility of confusion or deception that the web site and/or
online location is operated or authorised by, or otherwise connected with
the Complainant and/or its trade mark or service mark.
7. Rights and legitimate interests in the Domain Name
7.1 In answer to Paragraph 6, you may prove that your registration and/or use of the
Domain Name was not in bad faith by establishing, among others, that you have
rights and legitimate interests in the Domain Name.
7.2 Evidence of your rights and legitimate interests in the Domain Name may
include, among others, the following circumstances:-
(i) before the date of your being informed of the Complainant’s dispute, you
had used or made preparations to use the Domain Name or a name
corresponding to the Domain name in relation to a genuine offering of
goods or services; or
(ii) you are commonly known by the Domain Name even though you have
acquired no trade mark or service mark rights in the same; or
(iii) you are using the Domain Name for legitimate, non-commercial and/or fair
purposes and have no intention of using the same for profits or to deceive
the public.
8. Selection of the Provider, initiation of a Proceeding and appointment of the
Panel
8.1 The Complainant must select a Provider from our list of approved dispute
resolution service providers, which will manage the Proceeding (except in
situations where Proceedings are consolidated). Once the Complainant has
done so, it must submit its Complaint to the Provider in accordance with the
Policy and Rules.
8.2 The procedures and steps to be taken in a Proceeding are explained in the
Policy and Rules. They also explain how the Administrative Panel ("Panel"),
which decides the Proceeding is appointed.
9. Consolidation
9.1 Where there is more than one Proceeding between you and the Complainant,
either Party may petition to have these Proceedings consolidated and decided
by the same Panel.
9.2 This petition must be brought before the first Panel which was appointed to
decide the Proceedings. The Panel has the right and discretion to consolidate
any of the Proceedings or all of them. However, it may only do so if these
Proceedings are governed by the same versions of the Policy and Rules.
10. Fees
10.1 The Complainant will bear all the Fees (which comprise of the administrative fee
and Proceeding fee) in relation to a Proceeding except where you choose to
have the Proceeding decided by a three-member Panel rather than a singlemember
Panel chosen by the Complainant. In such an event, you must pay for
half (1/2) of the Fees for the three-member Panel.
11. Our involvement in a Proceeding
11.1 We do not and will not get involved in a Proceeding and you agree that we will
not be responsible or liable for any damages or losses which you, the
Complainant or any other third party may suffer as a direct or indirect result of
any act, omission or negligence on our part or that of the Provider, its Employees
and the Panel including from the decision of the Panel.
12. Remedies
12.1 The Complainant may only request for one of the following remedies:-
(i) transferring your registration of the Domain Name to the Complainant; or
(ii) deletion of your registration of the Domain Name,
and in so doing, the Complainant must comply with MYNIC's applicable
procedures, the Policy and Rules as well as all other relevant applicable laws.
12.2 Aside from the remedies stated in Paragraph 12.1, no other remedies are
available. The Panel cannot grant and the Complainant cannot request for any
other remedy or relief such as an award of damages or a payment of
compensation.
13. Notification and publication
13.1 The Provider will inform us of the Panel's decision. All decisions will be published
in full over the Internet. However, the Panel may, in exceptional circumstances,
edit portions of its decision before the decision is published.
14. Availability of Court proceedings or other alternative dispute resolution
process
14.1 You or the Complainant are not prevented from having the Domain Name
dispute resolved by a Malaysian Court or through any other alternative dispute
resolution process. Either Party may proceed to do so at any time, regardless of
whether the Proceeding has commenced, concluded or otherwise.
14.2 When the Provider informs us of the Panel's decision in Paragraph 13.1, the
Provider will also, where applicable, inform us whether the Panel has decided
that your registration of the Domain Name is to be transferred to the
Complainant or deleted. However, we will not implement the decision of the
Panel until the expiry of ten (10) Working days (any day other than a Saturday,
Sunday or a Federal public holiday) from the date the Provider informs us of the
Panel's decision.
14.3 If you are not satisfied with the decision of the Panel, you may commence a
Court action or any alternative dispute resolution process in respect of the
subject matter of the Proceeding and in so doing, you must provide us with
official documentation pertaining to the Court action or the alternative dispute
resolution process, as the case may be, as evidence of the same. This must be
done within ten (10) Working days from the date the Provider informs us of the
Panel's decision. If you do not do so within the said time period, we will proceed
to implement the decision of the Panel above. If we receive the said official
documentation pertaining to the Court action or the alternative dispute resolution
process within the ten (10) Working days time period, we will, subject to
Paragraph 14.4, not take any further action in the Domain Name dispute until we
receive:-
(i) satisfactory evidence that you and the Complainant have resolved the
Domain Name dispute amicably together with your instructions to transfer
or delete the registration of the Domain Name, as the case may be; or
(ii) satisfactory evidence that the Court action or the alternative dispute
resolution process, as the case may be, has been withdrawn or
dismissed; or
(iii) a certified true copy of an arbitral award or an order or judgment of a
Malaysian Court pertaining to the subject matter of the Proceeding,
upon which we will act accordingly.
14.4 You acknowledge that during the course of any Court action or any other
alternative dispute resolution process concerning the Domain Name, should you
fail to renew the registration of the said Domain Name we shall have the right to
suspend and/or terminate the Domain Name and you agree that we will not be
liable nor will we be required to indemnify you for any damages or losses which
you may suffer as a consequence of such suspension and/or termination.
15. All other disputes or litigation
15.1 All other disputes or litigation between you and any third party (other than us)
concerning the Domain Name which are not brought pursuant to the Policy and
Rules must be resolved through Court action or any other alternative dispute
resolution process.
16. Our involvement in all other disputes or litigation
16.1 We do not and will not, at any time and under any circumstances whatsoever,
participate in any disputes or litigation between you and any other third party
concerning the Domain Name.
16.2 You agree not to name us as a party or include us in such disputes or litigation.
However where you do so, we have the right to raise any defenses and to take
all necessary steps to defend ourselves and avoid any damages or losses which
may arise. You also agree to provide us with all necessary assistance and
information which we may require for these purposes.
17. No Transfers during a Proceeding
17.1 You warrant not to transfer your registration of the Domain Name to any third
party:-
(i) during the course of a Proceeding or for a period of fifteen (15) Working
days after the Proceeding has ended; and
(ii) during a pending Court action or any other alternative dispute resolution
process in respect of the Domain Name, unless the transferee agrees in
writing to be bound by the decision of the Court or the alternative dispute
resolution process, as the case may be,
and for the purposes of Paragraph 17.1(ii), you are required to inform us of the
Court action or alternative dispute resolution process and provide us with
satisfactory evidence of the agreement between the transferee and you as soon
as possible.
17.2 Notwithstanding the above, we reserve the right and discretion to restrict and/or
reverse any transfer of the Domain Name which is not in compliance with the
Policy and Rules as well as other relevant applicable laws.
18. Modifications to the MYDRP
18.1 We have the right and discretion to modify the MYDRP at any time. In the event
that we do so, we will post the modified MYDRP on our web site at least one (1)
month before such modifications come into effect except where circumstances
beyond our control prevent us from doing so.
18.2 The version of the MYDRP in force at the time the Complainant submitted its
Complaint to the Provider shall govern the Proceeding.
18.3 If you object to the modifications made to the MYDRP, your sole remedy would
be to delete your registration of the Domain Name. If you do so, we are not
required to refund you any fees which you may have paid to us for the
registration of the Domain Name. Accordingly, all modifications which are made
to the MYDRP will apply to you unless you delete your registration of the Domain
Name as stated above.

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