Maintaining the status quo. We will not cancel, transfer, activate, disable or change the domain name registration status under this Policy, unless provided for in paragraph 3 above. If a third party sends us a copyright claim against your domain, we will send you a notification of receipt by email. The email will most likely come from abuse@dynadot.com. If you receive an email notification of a copyright remedy and investigation, you can dispute the allegation of infringement. One of the things we may ask you to do is that you submit a cross-examination to us, which is your certified statement by signature, which refutes the content of the copyright complaint. Is one of our clients violating your copyright? Learn more about what we can do to help you. We reserve the right to change this guideline at any time with ICANN`s permission. We will publish our revised guideline on this page at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to its entry into force. Unless this Policy has already been invoked by filing a complaint with a provider, in this case the version of the directive in effect at the time of referral until the dispute is settled, all such changes are binding on you regarding all disputes concerning the registration of domain names. if the dispute arose before, on or after the date of entry into force of our amendment.

If you object to any changes to this Policy, your sole remedy is to cancel your domain name registration with us, provided that you are not entitled to a refund of any fees you paid to us. The revised policy applies to you until you terminate your domain name registration. . SCOT registrants are required to indicate their intention to use the registered domain name (e.g. B: provision of commercial services in Scotland, private use, advertising for services for Scots in Australia, etc.). The “Usage” field is displayed during checkout. An erroneous indication of use is an indication of bad faith and may be the basis for blocking the domain name. That`s how you register one. SCOT domain, you must have a natural or legal person with a Nexus at.

SCOT Community. This Nexus means that you must be linked to the Community at the time of registration and then on a linguistic, cultural, tourist or commercial basis, or in other activities that promote the well-being of the global Scottish community. In addition to the requirement that. SCOT Registrant is a bona f or sheer member of the Scottish community who must be using the domain name registered by the registrant: generally accepted as legitimate; and beneficial to the cause and values of. SCOT community; and proportionate to the role and meaning of the registered domain name; and in good faith at the time of registration and thereafter. You can also rely on the “destination” of your. SCOT domain from your Dynadot account…