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2013 RAAの譲渡手続き



ICANNは、レジストラ認定申請を承認するときに、当該当事者に書面で通知します。その後、両者は、RAAの譲渡を同意する譲渡および引受契約[PDF、70 KB] を締結する必要があります。その後、ICANNは、認定の移譲を承認した時点で、当該当事者に書面で通知します。ICANNは、レジストラ認定申請に対するICANNによる承認を受けてから90日以内に譲渡および引受契約が締結されない場合、保留中のRAA譲渡案件を終了し、再申請するように求める権利を有します。


完全所有の子会社が関係する2013 RAA譲渡手続き




  1. RAAの条件を譲受人が明示的に引き受けることを証明する書類。この契約書のテンプレートは、から入手できます。 [PDF、43 KB]
  2. 一次連絡先の更新フォーム(譲渡によって、一次連絡先が更新される場合) [PDF, 184 KB]
  3. 譲受人の法人証明書、譲受人の法人存在証明書、譲受人の役員・取締役リストなどが追加され、更新されたレジストラ情報仕様書 [XLSX、111 KB]

1 ICANNが30日以内に申請を承認または拒否しない、あるいは追加情報を要求しない場合、かかる申請は承認されたものとみなされます。

2 ICANNが要求された情報を受け取ってから60日以内に申請を承認または拒否しない場合、かかる申請は承認されたものとみなされます。

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