Domain Name Dispute Resolution Services

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Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) applies to all generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs), including new gTLDs  -  the gTLDs introduced to the root after 1 January 2014. Under the UDRP, complainants may seek transfer or cancellation of disputed domain name(s).


Uniform Domain Name Suspension System (URS) applies to new gTLDs.  As a supplement to UDRP, URS proceedings will result in suspension of the disputed domain name(s), if the URS complaint is justifiable.


Trademark Post-Delegation Dispute Resolution Procedure (TM-PDDRP) is intended to cover proceedings concerning a dispute whether a new gTLD Registry Operator is intentionally and systematically infringing trademarks in its top-level domain (TLD).


Registrar Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy (TDRP) applies to all gTLDs and is designed for resolving dispute relating to Inter-Registrar domain name transfers.

Other ADNDRC Services


HKIAC in its capacity as the ADNDRC Hong Kong Office also provides services under Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy (SDRP) and Charter Eligibility Dispute Resolution Policy (CEDRP) for a wide range of new gTLDs.

It also provides dispute resolution services for .me domain names under .ME UDRP.

HKDRP - .hk (for Hong Kong) and .香港 domain names


Disputes concerning .hk - the country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) for Hong Kong, and .香港 domain names are governed by the Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy for .hk and .香港 Domain Names.

CNDRP - .cn and .中国 domain names


CNDRP is the Policy applicable for proceedings concerning .cn (for China) and .中国 domain names.



PHDRP is the Policy applicable for proceedings concerning .ph (the ccTLD for Philippines).

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