[council] Draft Advisory Concerning Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy

GNSO.SECRETARIAT@GNSO.ICANN.ORG gnso.secretariat at gnso.icann.org
Fri Nov 16 11:03:27 UTC 2007

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A Draft Advisory Concerning Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy
is posted on pages
What's New at http://gnso.icann.org/,
and also under Transfers
at http://gnso.icann.org/issues/.

The purpose of this advisory is to assist ICANN-accredited registrars 
and domain-name registrants in understanding how the Inter-Registrar 
Transfer Policy requirements apply in certain common situations , and to 
ensure a consistent understanding of the current policy requirements. 
The advisory is based on issues identified by a working group consisting 
of both registry and registrar representatives in the process of 
reviewing the policy for effectiveness. As part of the review the group 
also referred a list of issues to the GNSO for further consideration 
(see http://gnso.icann.org/drafts/Transfer-Policy-Issues-23aug07.pdf).

The draft advisory is also posted for Public Comment
Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy
Public Comments Open: 	15 November 2007
Public Comments Close: 	7 December 2007
Explanation: The GNSO Council, in the process of reviewing the 
Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy, formed a working group to review the 
effectiveness of the policy and identify areas where future policy work 
might be beneficial.

One of the working group's outputs was a draft advisory containing 
certain reminders and clarifications relevant to the policy.

In accordance with the GNSO Council's resolution of 20 September 07, 
this draft Advisory is being posted for constituency and community 
review and comment. The input received will be reviewed and analyzed by 
the GNSO Council, pursuant to which this or an amended form of the draft 
may be released as a community advisory.

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Thank you for taking the time to comment.

Glen de Saint Géry
GNSO Secretariat - ICANN

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