29 May '13, 8pm

Luxembourg’s .lu domains can now be locked for a year in disputes

The Dispute is valid for an initial period of one year and will expire without further notice. DNS-LU may, however, extend it for an additional period of six months, provided the claimant submits a formal request for this purpose. In the event that the dispute is solved, the claimant must submit on his own initiative a formal trade request to any .lu registrar of his choice. This to ensure the proper transfer of ownership. The trade request will be checked and validated manually by DNS-LU subject to the reception of documents proving the resolution of the dispute in favor of the claimant. In case of a domain name cancelation during the dispute period and no dispute resolution having taken place, the domain becomes available again for any interested party, without the claimant having a preferential registration right to the same domain name.

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2013/05/29/luxembourgs-lu-domai...

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