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Thread: ICANN rules

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    ICANN rules

    I read somewhere that we can apply to hold the domain if the domain fees is not paid according to ICANN rules. My registrar seems to have a problem with that. Can anyone direct me to the relevant section of ICANN rules that say this?

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    not ICANN, the registrar who hold the domain if fees aren't paid.
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    That means it is the registrar who decides these rules not ICANN?

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    its up to the registrar to hold it or delete it on the same day.

    and the rules i believe been placed by icann and this case its possible to change the time. from 1 - 45 days hold or instant delete.
    Bashar Al-Abdulhadi - KuwaitNET Internet Services Serving customers since 1997
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    No, not that. For eg I paid for a client who never paid me. How do I hold and ensure that the domain is inactive.....

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    You can change the nameservers somewhere to park the domain.
    Of course if you stll have access to do it.

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    No, I dun normally I pass the passwords to the users immediately upon registration : ( But I manage to lock them thats all. Any remedy from ICANN?

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