On December 1st, 2013, the new .CL policies will come into force in accordance with the recommendations of the National Council for Domain Names and IP Numbers.
In preparation for this change, the following Temporary Rules will come into effect on November 1st, 2013. These rules modify the Regulations currently in force (in Spanish) and will apply to every domain name application received during the month of November 2013.
1° - Any pending application to register a domain name that has not been paid for by December 1st, 2013 will be deleted.
2° - Likewise, in the case of applications not deleted on the grounds specified above, the domain name shall be immediately assigned on December 1st, 2013 to the first applicant. In the event that other applications for the same domain name have been submitted and paid for prior to this date, said applications shall be considered as requests for revocation in accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 18 of the new Regulations for the Operation of the .CL Domain Name Registry.
3° - The term for any request for the revocation of domain names assigned under the provisions specified above shall begin on December 1st, 2013, and any dispute thus initiated shall be processed and resolved in accordance with the new .CL Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (in Spanish).
4° - Any domain name dispute pending as of December 1st, 2013 shall continue to be processed in accordance with the previous procedure.
5° - The procedure for transferring a .CL domain name shall no longer be available after December 1st, 2013, date on which the Procedure for Changing the Domain Name Holder shall come into effect. This procedure shall be mandatory for all registered domain name holders, including those registered before December 1st, 2013. Transfers initiated prior to this date shall be processed according to the rules that were informed when the parties were notified of the start of the process.
6° - When registering a new domain name, only one email address shall be allowed for the administrative contact (field 3e). This address shall be used in the procedure for transferring domain names to the future user-account system.
For more information on the Temporary Rules, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
Santiago, October 21, 2013.
About NIC Chile
NIC Chile, a center of the Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences of the University of Chile, is in charge of administering the domain name registry of .CL, that identifies Chile in the Internet. In this role, it is responsible before the local and global Internet community for its secure and efficient operation, to allow persons, enterprises and institutions to build their identity on the Internet, under.CL.
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