The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy is an arbitration procedure designed to quickly and relatively inexpensively resolve disputes over domain names. A complaining party brings an arbitration complaint and alleges and hopes to prove that the domain name was registered in bad faith because it incorporates the trademark or service mark of the complaining party. The arbitrator is limited to the relief that it can grant to either, transferring the domain name to the complaining party, or canceling the domain name registration.


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