COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES Sample Clauses

COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12. In the event Specification 12 conflicts with the requirements of any other provision of the Registry Agreement, such other provision shall govern.
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12.
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12. In the event Specification 12 conflicts with the requirements of any other provision of the Registry Agreement, such other provision shall govern. Eligibility Registry Operator takes its responsibilities to the global banking community seriously and it is essential that registrations only be permitted by verified members of the banking community. Therefore, registrations may initially be made by the following for-­‐profit and not-­‐for-­‐profit businesses or organizations: • State, regional and provincial banks that are chartered and supervised by a government regulatory authority; • Savings associations that are chartered and supervised by a government regulatory authority; • National banks that are chartered and supervised by a government regulatory authority; • Associations whose members are primarily comprised of entities identified above in points 1, 2, or 3; • Groups of associations whose members are primarily comprised of associations identified above in point 4; • Service providers that are principally owned by or predominantly supporting regulated entities identified above in points 1, 2, or 3 (if approved by the Registry Operator Board of Directors); and • Government regulators of chartered and supervised banks or savings associations or organizations whose members are primarily comprised of such government regulators (if approved by the Registry Operator Board of Directors). To ensure strict compliance with its policies, Registry Operator will develop and implement a registrant eligibility criteria and evaluation process. This process requires collecting registrant information that will be used by Registry Operator or its designated third-­‐party service provider to authenticate that the registrant is a member of the global banking community. This requirement will be hard coded into Registry Operator’s Registry-­‐ Registrar Agreement (RRA). As part of the registration process, potential registrants will be required to provide certain information to Registry Operator, or its designated third-­‐party service provider, to verify their eligibility to register a domain name in TLD. This information may include, but is not limited to the following: • Full legal nameBusiness nameBusiness addressBusiness phone • Business email Another proof of identity necessary to establish that the registrant is an el...
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12. In the event Specification 12 conflicts with the requirements of any other provision of the Registry Agreement, such other provision shall govern. [Insert registration policies] Eligibility According to the TLD registration policies, eligible registrants to register a second-­‐level name in TLD are based in the countries of Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein and Switzerland and are in detail: a. Governments;
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Eligibility Eligibility requirement policies will be developed according to the definition of the Galician linguistic and cultural community, and a diversity of proceedings will be implemented to ensure accommodation of all its bona fide members. Registrations under the TLD are restricted to those fulfilling these two requirements:
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12. In the event Specification 12 conflicts with the requirements of any other provision of the Registry Agreement, such other provision shall govern. [Insert registration policies] Eligibility Registrations within the community may initially be made by the following business, individuals or organizations:
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12. In the event Specification 12 conflicts with the requirements of any other provision of the Registry Agreement, such other provision shall govern. [Insert registration policies] Eligibility All registrants within this TLD will be vetted prior to registration to ensure that they meet all applicable regulatory standards, including pharmacy licensure, drug authenticity, and valid prescription requirements. Eligible registrants will demonstrate compliance with the laws of the jurisdiction in which they are based, as well as in all jurisdictions in which they conduct business. In addition, the Registry Operator will incorporate both active and passive safeguards into its operation to ensure that these registrants continue to abide by the terms and conditions set forth in their registration agreements. Registrants found to be out of compliance with these terms and conditions will be denied a TLD domain name, or will have their existing TLD domain name revoked. In the event that a domain name is denied or revoked, registrants will have access to an appeal process. Details of this appeal process have yet to be finalized but will be modeled on the appeals process used by Registry Operator for its many accreditation programs.
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Eligibility .WIEN second-­‐level domain names are restricted to the community of Wien and its organizations (Registrants). punkt.wien GmbH intends to register domain names under .WIEN according to the following policies. Since .WIEN is intended to serve the community of Wien in general, the group of eligible registrants is limited. Exclusively eligible to register a domain name under the top-­‐level domain .WIEN is any natural person, legal person, organization or association of persons, if they can demonstrate that they have an economic, cultural, touristic, historical, social or any other connection to the Austrian capital Wien (Vienna). With the registration of a .WIEN domain name each registrant implicitly signs the registration policies and agrees with the fact that he acknowledges compliance with the registration guidelines. Anyone can check compliance with the registration requirements by initiating an extrajudicial dispute resolution procedure (ʺ.WIEN Eligibility Requirements Dispute Resolution Policy (ERDRP)ʺ).
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12. In the event Specification 12 conflicts with the requirements of any other provision of the Registry Agreement, such other provision shall govern. [Insert registration policies] Eligibility Eligibility is limited to individuals and entities (not-for-profit, business and government) that are members of the Global Environmental Community (the Community) that meet community- recognized standards:
COMMUNITY REGISTRATION POLICIES. Registry Operator shall implement and comply with all community registration policies described below and/or attached to this Specification 12. [Insert registration policies] 158