Cira Registrar Agreement
While CIRA is responsible for the operation and control of the .ca domain name registration system (the “Registry”) and the clerk wishes to be certified by CIRA as registrar of the registrar, for a good and valuable consideration, whose receipt and adequacy are recognized by this, cira and the Registrar agree as follows: The biggest difference is that the registration of a domain name .ca must accept the agreement. The registration agreement is important. CIRA plays a much more active role than most registrars. Registrationrar transfers are quite simple. One gotcha is that to transfer a domain to a new registrar, you need to receive an EPP permission key (sometimes also in the form of a transmission code or a combination of these terms) from the old registrar. This key is entered as part of the transfer requirement. Assuming it is fair and new contact information is validated and credit card fees go through (to be paid for orders now), the transfer should actually be made immediately. A filer is a person or organization that has accepted the CIRA Registrar`s agreement and may therefore own .ca domains. (This is a fairly important point for . CA Domains.) The adoption of the agreement requires compliance with “Canadian presence requirements” (details).
This document describes the legal agreement between the Canadian Internet Registration Authority and the Registrar. You will need to visit the CIRA website to accept the registrar`s agreement before the registry is “active.” The system notifies you and CIRA will send you instructions (to the administrator) by email if this is not done within 30 minutes. This agreement (the “agreement”) exists between you (the “declarant”) and the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (“CIRA”). one. CA-REGISTRAR may “pull” a domain from another registrar. This is a simple “registRAR” transfer, and adds one year to the domain registration (for a fee). One point that is not yet mentioned is when a domain is “stopped.” A domain in “Auto-Renew Grace” may be in the . CA zone files (which control “operation” or not) are published.
This is under the control of the Registrar and the various registrars have different guidelines. Whatever the contrary provision of this agreement, regardless of the form or means drawn, whether it is a contract or an act or a number of claims, whether such damage is foreseeable or whether cira has been informed of the possibility of such damage, whether it is a violation or delay of the type of offence, a basic clause or a fundamental violation: “applicant” means a person wishing to register a domain name; “certification date,” the date a CIRA-certified registrar was activated in the CIRA registration system; As of October 27, 2010, the automatic renewal of grace is quite confusing, because CIRA`s WHOis service does not know the new life cycles of the EPP and indicates that the domains are “registered” in automatic renewal with a one-year extension. Domains within the cashout period are also displayed as “registered” but show the actual/outdated expiration date. The best way to register TBR domains is to use our TBR queue system. (We only charge for successful registrations and at our standard rates, unless you provide a surcharge to bring the domain closer to the front of the queue.) For more information, please visit this page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. CIRA is an acronym for the Canadian Internet Registration Authority. They are recording for all. CA Domains.