About Registry Restriction Dispute Resolution Procedure (RRDRP)
Through the RRDRP, ICANN allows for the submission of an initial report claiming that a Registry Operator is not complying with its mandatory registration restrictions, as stated in Specification 12 of its Registry Agreement.
ICANN will conduct an initial review of the complaint to ensure that it is complete, has a claim of non‐compliance with at least one registration restriction, and that the reporter is in good standing.
If the report passes the initial review, the complaint will be sent to the Registry Operator. If the reporter still believes that the Registry Operator is not complying with one or more of its registration restrictions, it may then file a complaint with one of the Approved RRDRP Service Providers.
The RRDRP does not apply to any ccTLD (such as .us, .de, .uk, etc.).
To file an initial report, please submit a RRDRP Form.