If the Order is a .BIZ domain name, the Registrant, must also agree to the following terms:
1. CONDITIONS FOR .BIZ REGISTRATIONS
(1) Registrations in the .BIZ TLD must be used or intended to be used primarily for bona fide business or commercial purposes. For purposes of the .BIZ Registration Restrictions (“Restrictions”), “bona fide business or commercial use” shall mean the bona fide use or bona fide intent to use the domain name or any content, software, materials, graphics or other information thereon, to permit Internet users to access one or more host computers through the DNS:
(1) to exchange goods, services, or property of any kind;
(2) in the ordinary course of trade or business; or
(3) to facilitate:
(1) the exchange of goods, services, information, or property of any kind; or
(2) the ordinary course of trade or business.
(2) Registering a domain name solely for the purposes of
(1) selling, trading or leasing the domain name for compensation, or
(2) the unsolicited offering to sell, trade or lease the domain name for compensation shall not constitute a “bona fide business or commercial use” of that domain name.
2. CERTIFICATION FOR .BIZ REGISTRATIONS
(1) As a .BIZ domain name Registrant, you hereby certify to the best of your knowledge that the registered domain name will be used primarily for bona fide business or commercial purposes and not exclusively for personal use or solely for the purposes of selling, trading or leasing the domain name for compensation, or the unsolicited offering to sell, trade or lease the domain name for compensation. For more information on the .BIZ restrictions, which are incorporated herein by reference, please see: http://www.neulevel.com/countdown/registrationRestrictions.html.
(2) The domain name Registrant has the authority to enter into the registration agreement.
(3) The registered domain name is reasonably related to the Registrant’s business or intended commercial purpose at the time of registration.
3. PROVISION OF REGISTRATION DATA
As part of the registration process, you are required to provide us with certain information and to update this information to keep it current, complete and accurate. This information includes:
(1) full name of an authorized contact person, company name, postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and fax number if available of the Registrant;
(2) the primary nameserver and secondary nameserver(s), if any for the domain name;
(3) the full name, postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and fax number if available of the technical contact for the domain name;
(4) the full name, postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and fax number if available of the administrative contact for the domain name;
(5) the name, postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and fax number if available of the billing contact for the domain name; and
4. DOMAIN NAME DISPUTE POLICY
You agree to be bound by the dispute policies in the following documents that are incorporated herein and made a part of this Agreement by reference.
The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, available at http://www.icann.org/udrp/udrp.htm.
The Start-up Trademark Opposition Policy (“STOP”), available at http://www.neulevel.com/countdown/stop.html
The Restrictions Dispute Resolution Criteria and Rules, available at http://www.neulevel.com/countdown/rdrp.html.
The STOP sets forth the terms and conditions in connection with a dispute between a registrant of a .BIZ domain name with any third party (other than Registry Operator or Registrar) over the registration or use of a .BIZ domain name registered by Registrant that is subject to the Intellectual Property Claim Service. The Intellectual Property Claim Service a service introduced by Registry Operator to notify a trademark or service mark holder (“Claimant”) that a second-level domain name has been registered in which that Claimant claims intellectual property rights. In accordance with the STOP and its associated Rules, those Claimants will have the right to challenge registrations through independent ICANN-accredited dispute resolution providers.
The UDRP sets forth the terms and conditions in connection with a dispute between a Registrant and any party other than the Registry Operator or Registrar over the registration and use of an Internet domain name registered by Registrant.
The RDRP sets forth the terms under which any allegation that a domain name is not used primarily for business or commercial purposes shall be enforced on a case-by-case, fact specific basis by an independent ICANN-accredited dispute provider. None of the violations of the Restrictions will be enforced directly by or through Registry Operator. Registry Operator will not review, monitor, or otherwise verify that any particular domain name is being used primarily for business or commercial purposes or that a domain name is being used in compliance with the SUDRP or UDRP processes.