Registrant Agreement Mandatory Terms. Domain registration mandatory terms

.za domain space Registrant Agreement Mandatory Terms

1.Definitions

1.1."Administration Sites" means the Registry’s official administration website/s including, but not limited to: www.registry.net.za and the Registrars official administration website/s including, but not limited to: Frikkadel.co.za.

1.2."Agreement" means the Application read together with these terms and conditions.

1.3. "Applicant" means the party making application for the delegation or update of the Domain Name in terms of this Agreement, and who will be identified as the Registrant on the

Application.

1.4."Application" means the application for the delegation or update of the Domain Name submitted by, or on behalf of, the Applicant and to which these terms and conditions apply.

1.5. "Registry" means ZA Central Registry NPC, a company registered in accordance with the laws of South Africa with registration number 1988/004299/08, its successors or permitted assigns.

1.6."Domain Name" means the domain name in the Namespace, designated by the Applicant in the Application, and governed by the Agreement.

1.7. “Namespace” means the .za namespace of the Internet.

1.8.“Personal Information” means information relating to an identifiable, living, natural person.

1.9. “Registrar” means Frikkadel.co.za.

1.10. “Published Policies” means those specifications and policies established and published by the Registry from time-­‐to-­‐time relating to the administration of the Namespace, and includes the Launch Policy, Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy, and Auction Policy. The published policies can be found on the Administration Sites.

2. Applicability

2.1.The Registry is responsible for delegating domain names in the .za domain namespace of the Internet.

2.2.These terms and conditions apply to all the .za. domain names.

2.3.The Applicant also agrees to be bound by the Published Policies.

3. Fees

3.1. Please see https://frikkadel.co.za/tos.html for other terms with regards to payments

3.2. Should the Applicant fail to pay any of the fees contemplated in this clause 3 within the periods stated herein, the Registrar may, without derogating from any other right which it may have in terms of this Agreement or otherwise, and without notice, withdraw the Domain Name delegation.

3.3.Under no circumstances whatsoever will the Registry or Registrar be obliged to refund any fees paid by the Applicant in terms of this clause 3.

4. Rights to Domain Name

4.1. The Registry or the Registrar will under no circumstances whatsoever be obliged to determine the right of the Applicant to the Domain Name. Domain names are delegated on a "first-­‐come-­‐first served" basis (unless the Application is made as part of the Namespace launch phase)  and the delegation of the Domain Name by the Registry will in no way constitute any indication or warranty of the Applicant's right to utilise such name.

4.2. The Registry and Registrar give no warranties of any nature whatsoever with regard to the Domain Name, the registration or use thereof and hereby disclaim all such warranties, whether express or implied.

4.3.Under no circumstances whatsoever will the Registry or Registrar be obliged to act as an arbiter of disputes arising out of the registration and use of the Domain Name.

4.4.Should a third party (the “Complainant”), in contemplation of legal action against the Applicant in court or as described in clause 4.5, present the Registry or Registrar with prima facie evidence that indicates that the Domain Name violates the rights of the Complainant, then the Registry will be entitled to provide the Complainant with the Applicant's name and contact particulars. All further communication will exclude the Registry and the Registrar, and who will have no further obligations to the Applicant or complainant.

4.5. The Applicant accepts the jurisdiction of any dispute resolution mechanism established in respect of the Namespace by the Registry, ICANN or by applicable law, as the case may be, in disputes relating to the Domain Name, including the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”) and the Uniform Rapid Suspension (“URS”), and agrees to be bound by any decision that may result.

5. The Applicant’s Warranties & Indemnity

5.1.The Applicant hereby irrevocably represents, warrants and agrees that:

5.1.1. the information provided in the Application is accurate and complete, and that it will keep such information up to date at all times;

5.1.2. it has the right without restriction to use and register the Domain Name;

5.1.3. to the best of its knowledge and belief the registration of the Domain Name or its use does not and will not directly or indirectly infringe any legal right of any third party in any jurisdiction, including with respect to trade mark, service mark, trade name, company name, close corporation name, copyright or any other intellectual property right;

5.1.4. will not use the Domain Name for any unlawful purpose whatsoever, including, without limitation, distributing malware, abusively operating botnets, defamation, unfair competition, passing off, phishing, piracy,, counterfeiting, fraudulent or deceptive practices or generally for the purpose of confusing or misleading any person;

5.1.5. at the time of the initial submission of the Application, and at all material times thereafter, it must have an operational name service from at least two operational name servers for the Domain Name. Each server is and will continue to be fully connected to the Internet and capable of receiving queries relating to the Domain Name and responding thereto; and

5.1.6. it has selected the Domain Name without any input, influence or assistance from the Registry and/or Registrar.

5.2. Pursuant to the above warranties, the Applicant hereby agrees that it will defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Registrar and the Registry, their directors, officers, members, employees and agents, for any loss, damage, expense or liability resulting from any claim, action or demand arising out of or related to a breach of the aforementioned warranties or the use or registration of the Domain Name, including reasonable attorneys’ fees on an attorney and own client basis. Such claims will include, without limitation, those based upon trade mark infringement, copyright infringement, dilution, unfair competition, passing off, defamation or injury to reputation. The Registrar agrees to give the Applicant written notice of any such claim, action or demand within reasonable time of becoming aware thereof. The Applicant agrees that the Registry and /or the Registrar will be defended by attorneys of their own respective choices at the Applicant's expense, and that the Applicant will advance the costs incurred in such litigation, to the respective parties on demand from time to time.

6. Withdrawals and Transfers

6.1.The Applicant agrees that the Registry or Registrar will have the right to withdraw the Domain Name delegation, suspend operation of the Domain Name, or transfer the Domain Name (as the case may be):

6.1.1. in the circumstances contemplated in clause 3;

6.1.2. should the Applicant breach any warranty given under clause 5.1;

6.1.3. if the Applicant withdraws its consent for processing of Personal Information described in clause 7; 

6.1.4. should the Applicant breach any other provision of this Agreement, and fail to remedy such breach within 14 (fourteen) days of receiving written notice from the

Registrar calling upon it to do so; 

6.1.5. in order to correct mistakes by Registrar or the Registry in registering the Domain

Name pursuant to the Published Polices or ICANN policy applicable to the Registrar;

6.1.6. on receipt of an order by any competent court having jurisdiction; or

6.1.7. on receipt of a decision by a dispute resolution provider appointed in terms of an

official domain name Dispute Resolution Procedure introduced by law, or adopted and published by the Registry or ICANN (if applicable).

6.2.In the event that the Registrar’s accreditation is withdrawn by the Registry, the Registry may initiate a forced transfer of the Domain Name to another registrar.

7. Personal Information

7.1. Personal Information provided by the Applicant to the Registrar will be used in a manner generally accepted in the domain name industry, and in particular for the following purposes:

7.1.1. use of Personal Information by the Registrar and Registry in providing the registrar and registry services respectively and in particular providing a public WHOIS facility which may include the Personal Information;

7.1.2. inclusion of Personal Information in escrow deposits by the Registrar and Registry held by third parties located both inside and outside of the respective countries in which they provide the services;

7.1.3. transfer of Personal Information to the Registry’s affiliates and service providers for the purposes of providing registry services wherever in the world such parties may be located; 

7.1.4. transfer of Personal Information to a third party replacing the Registry in providing the registry function in terms of the registry agreement between ICANN and the Registry, wherever in the world such third party may be located.

7.2. In processing the Personal Information as set out in clause 7.1 the Registrar and Registry may transfer such Personal Information to the parties described therein. If the Registrar is a reseller of registrar services, then the Personal Information will also be transmitted to the sponsoring registrar.

7.3. THE APPLICANT CONSENTS TO THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION AS DESCRIBED IN CLAUSES 7.1 AND 7.2. AND ACKNOWLEDGES THAT REGISTRATION, TRANSFER OR RENEWAL OF THE DOMAIN NAME IS DEPENDENT ON SUCH CONSENT.

7.4.Provision of the Domain Name is dependent on the Applicant’s consent, and the Domain Name may be suspended or withdrawn if the Applicant withdraws such consent. 

8. Exemption and Indemnity of the Registry

8.1. THE REGISTRY ITS DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AND AGENTS WILL UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND AND HOWSOEVER ARISING (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF USE, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION OR LOST PROFITS), REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, DELICT, OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF THE REGISTRY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH

DAMAGES. 

8.2. THE APPLICANT WILL INDEMNIFY, DEFEND, AND HOLD THE REGISTRY AND ITS DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AND AGENTS HARMLESS AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, DAMAGES, LIABILITIES, COSTS, AND EXPENSES (INCLUDING REASONABLE LEGAL FEES AND EXPENSES) RELATING TO OR ARISING OUT OF TO THE APPLICANT’S DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION.

9. General

9.1. For adjudication of any legal disputes between the Applicant and the Registry, the Applicant hereby consents to the jurisdiction of the High Court of South Africa (Gauteng Division,

Pretoria).

9.2.The Agreement will be construed and interpreted in accordance with the law of the Republic of South Africa.

9.3. The Applicant acknowledges that the Registry may oblige the Registrar to make changes to or supplement the Agreement or parts of the Agreement (“amendments”) if these amendments are reasonably necessary for the administration of the Namespace. These amendments will be published on the Administration Sites from time to time.

9.4. The Applicant accepts that it is incumbent on it to monitor such changes and it hereby agrees that should it fail to notify the Registrar of the Applicant's wish not to be bound by such amendments within 30 (thirty) days of such amendment being published, it will conclusively be deemed to have acceded and agreed to the amendments thus published.

9.5.To the extent that the Registry is granted rights, the relevant provisions of this Agreement

will constitute an agreement for the benefit of a third party (stipulatio alteri) in the Registry’s favour. Where the Registry has lawfully assigned its rights and duties under its Registry-­Registrar Agreement with the Registrar, the assignee will be the beneficiary under this clause.

9.6. In the event that any of these terms are found to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable, such terms will be severable from the remaining terms, which will continue to be valid and enforceable.

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In additions to the .za domain space Registrant Agreement Mandatory Terms, the following terms apply to international domains.

Registrant Mandatory terms

 

This Domain Registration Agreement (“Registration Agreement”) is between you, the person or entity registering a domain or domains, and the Company (as defined below), as the sponsoring registrar, or acting as reseller for the sponsoring registrar identified in the WHOIS record which may be retrieved here (https://www.internic.net/whois.html). For all customers, “Company”, ”we”, “us” or “our” shall refer to WHMCompleteSolution.  By using the Company’s domain registration services (the “Services”), you agree to be bound by this Registration Agreement. Please read this agreement carefully.

We may modify, add, or delete portions of this Registration Agreement at any time. In such event, we will post a notice that we have made significant changes to this Registration Agreement on our website for at least 30 days after the changes are posted and will indicate at the bottom of this Registration Agreement the date these terms were last revised. Any revisions to this Registration Agreement will become effective (i) 30 -days after the notice for modification, addition or deletion has been posted or (ii) the first time you access or use the Services after such changes. If you do not agree to abide by this Registration Agreement, you are not authorized to use or access the Services.

You acknowledge and agree that the Company may modify this Registration Agreement with or without notice in order to comply with any terms and conditions set forth by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (“ICANN”) and/or the applicable registry administrators (“Registry Administrators”) for the top level domains (“TLD”) or country code top level domains (“ccTLD”).

1. Our Services

Your domain registration will be effective upon occurrence of all of the following:

a. You accept all terms and conditions of this Registration Agreement and the the Company’s Terms of Service and its ancillary documents;

b. The Company accepts (in its sole discretion) your domain registration application;

c. The Company receives payment of the registration, renewal and reinstatement fees, as applicable; and

d. The Company delivers the domain registration information you provide to the registry administrator for the applicable TLDs and the Registry Administrator puts into effect your domain registration application.

2. Limitation of Liability

You understand that the Company does not control all aspects of the domain registration process. For example, once you submit a domain registration, the Company forwards the information contained in the registration to the appropriate Registry Administrator for processing and actual registration of the name. The Company disclaims, and you agree, that the Company is not liable for any inaccuracies regarding the registration information relating to (i) the input of the information by you; and (ii) the input of the information by the Registry Administrator. The Company will not be held liable, nor refund a domain name registration due to spelling errors/typos.

3. Multiple Domain Registrations

The Company, in accordance with ICANN policies, reserves the rights to refuse to register multiple domain registrations.

4. Fees

a. Payment of fees as a condition to domain registration. As consideration for the domain registration service provided by the Company, you agree to pay the Company, prior to the effectiveness of the desired domain registration, all registration and other applicable fees as indicated via the payment method selected at the time of registration. All fees are non-refundable, in whole or in part, even if your domain registration is suspended, cancelled or transferred prior to the end of your then-current registration term. It is the responsibility of the listed registrant for the domain name to maintain records appropriate to document and prove the initial domain name registration date.

b. Reservation of right to modify fees. The Company reserves the right to modify fees, surcharges, and renewal fees or to institute new fees at any time with 30 days’ notice, for any reason, at its sole discretion.

c. Credit card charge-backs for domain registrations. In the event of a charge-back to the Company by the credit card company (or similar action by another payment provider used by us) for the credit card used in connection with the payment of the registration or other fee, you agree and acknowledge that the domain registration shall be transferred to the Company, as the paying entity for that registration to the registry(ies) and that we reserve all rights regarding such domain including, without limitation, the right to make the domain available to other parties for purchase. the Company also reserves the right to lock your account and the remainder of your domains until we receive your payment of any administrative fees and/or chargeback fees. In the Company’s sole discretion, we may reinstate your domain registration, subject to the Company’s receipt of the registration fee and any administrative and/or chargeback fees described above.

d. Credit card charge-backs for non-domain registration services. In the event of a charge-back by the credit card company (or similar action by another payment provider) for the credit card used in connection with the payment of a non-domain registration fee, you agree and acknowledge that service shall not initiate or will be discontinued, if previously in use, and any information maintained by the service may be deleted along with your account and the remainder of your services being locked until we receive your payment of any administrative fees and/or chargeback fees. In the Company’s sole discretion, we may reinstate your services, subject to the Company’s receipt of the non-domain registration fee and any administrative and/or chargeback fees described above.

5. Required Domain Registration Information

a. Registration information. As part of the domain registration process and in accordance with ICANN policies, a Registered Name Holder is required to submit, and update within seven (7) days of any change, complete and accurate information, including the following (collectively, the “Registration Information”):

* The domain registrant’s name and postal address;

* The domain being requested;

* Administrative contact information, including the name, postal address, email address, telephone number, and where available, fax number of the administrative contact for the domain; and

* Technical contact information, including the name, postal address, email address, telephone number, and where available, fax number of the technical contact for the domain; and

* Billing contact information, including the name, postal address, email address, voice telephone number, and where available, fax number of the billing contact for the domain.

b. Additional registration information. In addition, in accordance with ICANN policies, the Company is obligated to submit and keep current, complete and accurate additional information relating to a domain registration, which may include the following (collectively, “Additional Registration Information”):

* The original creation date of the domain registration;

* The submission date and time of the registration to us and by us to the proper registry;

* Communications (electronic or paper form) constituting registration orders, modifications, or terminations and related correspondence between you and us;

* Account records for your domain registration, including dates and amounts of all payments and refunds;

* The IP addresses of the primary nameserver and any secondary nameservers for the domain;

* The corresponding names of those nameservers;

* The name, postal address, email address, voice telephone number, and where available, fax number of the technical contact for the domain;

* The name, postal address, email address, voice telephone number, and where available, fax number of the administrative contact for the domain;

* The expiration date of the registration; and

* Information regarding all other activity between you and us regarding your domain registration and related services.

c. Use of Registration Information and Additional Registration Information. You agree and acknowledge that the Company will make available the Registration Information and the Additional Registration Information to ICANN; to other third party Registry Administrators such as VeriSign, Inc., Global Names Registry Ltd., Neustar, Inc., Afilias USA, Inc., Global Domains International; and as applicable laws may require or permit. Additionally, you acknowledge and agree that ICANN and the Registry Administrators may establish guidelines, limits and/or requirements that relate to the amount and type of information that the Company may or must make available to the public or to private entities, and the manner in which such information is made available. Further, you hereby consent to any and all such disclosures and use of, and guidelines, limits and restrictions on disclosure or use of, information provided by you in connection with the registration of a domain (including any updates to such information), whether during or after the term of your registration of the domain. Moreover, you hereby irrevocably waive any and all claims and causes of action that may arise or have arose from such disclosure or use of your Registration Information and the Additional Registration Information.

d. Information updating and accuracy obligations. As a condition to continued registration of your domain, you must provide us with updated Registration Information within seven (7) days of any changes to such information. You may review, modify or update your Registration Information by accessing the Company’s domain manager service, domain management console or similar service, made availa

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