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TRADEMARK POST-DELEGATION DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURE (TRADEMARK PDDRP) 11 JANUARY 2012 1. Parties to the Dispute The parties to the dispute will be the trademark holder and the gTLD registry operator. ICANN shall not be a party. 2. Applicable Rules 2.1 This procedure is intended to cover Trademark post-delegation dispute resolution proceedings generally. To the extent more than one Trademark PDDRP provider (“Provider”) is selected to implement the Trademark PDDRP, each Provider may have additional rules that must be followed when filing a Complaint. The following are general procedures to be followed by all Providers. In the Registry Agreement, the registry operator agrees to participate in all postdelegation procedures and be bound by the resulting Determinations.



Language 3.1 3.2 The language of all submissions and proceedings under the procedure will be English. Parties may submit supporting evidence in their original language, provided and subject to the authority of the Expert Panel to determine otherwise, that such evidence is accompanied by an English translation of all relevant text.


Communications and Time Limits 4.1 4.2 All communications with the Provider must be submitted electronically. For the purpose of determining the date of commencement of a time limit, a notice or other communication will be deemed to have been received on the day that it is transmitted to the appropriate contact person designated by the parties. For the purpose of determining compliance with a time limit, a notice or other communication will be deemed to have been sent, made or transmitted on the day that it is dispatched. For the purpose of calculating a period of time under this procedure, such period will begin to run on the day following the date of receipt of a notice or other communication. All references to day limits shall be considered as calendar days unless otherwise specified.





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