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.bg terms&conditions

Version 3.7. – updated since Junе 02, 2007
GENERAL TERMS FOR REGISTRATION OF DOMAIN NAMES IN ZONE .BG AND ITS SECOND LEVEL ZONES

1. DEFINITIONS
1.1. REGISTRY
1.2. AVAILABLE ZONES
1.3. LABEL
1.4. DOMAIN NAME
1.5. REGISTRANT
1.6. ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT
1.7. TECHNICAL CONTACT
1.8. FINANCIAL CONTACT
1.9. REGISTRAR
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. REGISTRY’s functions and obligations
2.2. REGISTRY – REGISTRAR - REGISTRANT
2.3. PRINCIPLES OF REGISTRATION
3. TYPES OF REGISTRANTS
4. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR A DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION
5. REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING THE LABEL
5.1. LABEL essence
5.2. Validity of LABEL
5.3. Reserved LABELS
5.4. Inappropriate LABELS
5.5. LABEL when registering a DOMAIN NAME in top level zone .bg
6. DOMAIN NAME ACCESSIBILITY AND GOOD SERVICE
7. DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION PROCEDURE IN AVAILABLE ZONES
7.1. APPLICATIONS for registration of DOMAIN NAMES
7.2. DOMAIN NAME configuration
7.3. Payments
7.4. DOMAIN NAME registration
8. AMENDMENTS TO DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION
9. TERMINATION OF THE DOMAIN REGISTRATION
10. REGISTRARS
11. RECOMMENDATIONS
12. REGISTRY AND REGISTRARS DISCHARGE OF LIABILITY
13. REGISTRY OFFICIAL ADDRESS
14. PRICES AND PAYMENTS
15. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS
16. TRANSITIONAL AND CONCLUDING PROVISIONS
APPENDIX N: 1 - Documents determining REGISTRANT's identification in registering domain names in the top level zone .bg
APPENDIX N: 2 - Documents determining grounds for use of LABEL when registering DOMAIN NAMES in the top level zone .bg
1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. REGISTRY – the organization with delegated rights to register names in a specific Internet zone. With respect to the top level zone .bg and the second level zones included in AVAILABLE ZONES (.a.bg; .b.bg; .c.bg and so on), the REGISTRY is REGISTER.BG Ltd.

1.2. AVAILABLE ZONES

– the zones where domain names are registered in the REGISTRY:

Top level zone:

.bg

Second level zones:

.a.bg .b.bg .c.bg .d.bg .e.bg .f.bg .g.bg .h.bg .i.bg .j.bg .k.bg .l.bg .m.bg
.n.bg .o.bg .p.bg .q.bg .r.bg .s.bg .t.bg .u.bg .v.bg .w.bg .x.bg .y.bg .z.bg
.0.bg .1.bg .2.bg .3.bg .4.bg .5.bg .6.bg .7.bg .8.bg .9.bg      

All domain names in the list of AVAILABLE ZONES are functionally equal.

1.3. LABEL - any name composed of ASCII characters and/or numbers, including the sign "-". The LABEL must meet the requirements described in the General Terms.

1.4. DOMAIN NAME - combination of the LABEL and an extension corresponding to one of the AVAILABLE ZONES.

Example: The DOMAIN NAME register.bg is formed out of register – LABEL and .bg – zone.

1.5. REGISTRANT – a customer registering the Domain Name.

1.6. ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT - a person, authorized by the REGISTRANT to determine the policy for naming objects within the hierarchy of the respective DOMAIN NAME and request changes in the registered attributes of the respective DOMAIN, as well as technical contacts, financial contacts and domain names servers (DNS).

1.7. TECHNICAL CONTACT – a person responsible for the technical operation of the domain names servers.

1.8. FINANCIAL CONTACT – a person authorized to effect financial operations related to DOMAIN NAME registration.

1.9. REGISTRAR – a trader mediating between the REGISTRANT and REGISTRY in implementing activities related to DOMAIN NAME registration.

2. INTRODUCTION

2.1. REGISTRY’s functions and obligations

REGISTRY’s main functions and obligations are:

- To compile rules for registration of DOMAIN NAMES in accordance with specific recommendations and corresponding to specific regional particularities;

- To register DOMAIN NAMES of REGISTRANTS meeting the rules;

- To secure support of registered DOMAIN NAMES for a specific term.

The REGISTRY deals only with DOMAIN NAMES registration within AVAILABLE ZONES. The registration of names from the next level shall be responsibility of the administrative contacts for the respective DOMAIN.

2.2. REGISTRY – REGISTRAR - REGISTRANT

It is a custom to use mediators - REGISTRARS in the process of serving REGISTRANTS. The REGISTRARS participate in the communication process between the client and the REGISTRY during the registration process. The REGISTRARS are held responsible for the financial services provided to REGISTRANTS.

The REGISTRY performs the technical activities related to DOMAIN NAMES registration and support.

The REGISTRY shall support own REGISTRAR's function on the Internet.

2.3. PRINCIPLES OF REGISTRATION

2.3.1. The REGISTRY has developed conditions and procedures for registration described in the document, based on the Internet standards, discussions with Internet service providers and experts in Bulgaria and abroad, as well as based on gained experience.

The conditions and procedures described herein serve as point of reference for the REGISTRANTS, Internet Service Providers (ISP), REGISTRY and REGISTRARS' staff so that each DOMAIN NAME application for registration can be served predictably, in consistently and without delay due to misunderstanding.

2.3.2. The REGISTRANTS can register DOMAIN NAMES within all AVAILABLE ZONES, provided they observe the General Terms herein.

2.3.3. When a REGISTRANT registers a DOMAIN NAME within any AVAILABLE ZONE, the REGISTRANT shall identify himself/herself.

2.3.4. When registering a DOMAIN NAME of in the top level zones: .bg, grounds shall be required for selecting a LABEL. The grounds are required to be available at the time of DOMAIN NAME registration. Ensuing changes in such conditions shall be reflected in the registration only in the cases provisioned in the General Terms.

2.3.5. No grounds are required when registering a DOMAIN NAME in the second level zones: .a.bg; .b.bg; .c.bg and so on.

2.3.6. The applications for DOMAIN NAME registration shall be served on “first come – first served” principle (i.e. prior tempore, potior iure).

2.3.7. Applications for registration of DOMAIN NAMES, that have already been in use, shall be placed on the wait-list of APPLICATIONS.

2.3.8. Each DOMAIN NAME is registered to one REGISTRANT.

2.3.9. The REGISTRANT bears complete legal responsibility for the actions of the entities in the DOMAIN registered by him/her as opposed toward other organizations connected to Internet.

2.3.10. The registration of a specific DOMAIN NAME does not grant any legal rights on the LABEL, forming an integral part of such name, and any issues related to that shall be considered in accordance with the normal legislative procedures (refer to RFC 1591).

3. TYPES OF REGISTRANTS

3.1. Any private persons or legal entities with legal or commercial registration in the Republic of Bulgaria or EU member state, or holders of a constituent act issued by a Bulgarian State Authority; entities, established by virtue of an agreement between Bulgaria and other countries; companies and organizations, registered abroad, having a registered branch or commercial representative office in the Republic of Bulgaria.

3.2. Efficient persons, Bulgarian citizens, foreigners with the right for permanent residence on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria or citizens of EU member state.

3.3. Legal entities, registered abroad, having authorized a third entity to register a DOMAIN NAME. The authorized entity shall meet the criteria under 3.1. or 3.2.

4. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR A DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION

4.1. In order to register a DOMAIN NAME in all AVAILABLE ZONES, the REGISTRANTS shall present the following documents:

4.1.1. APPLICATION - filled in on-line on the Internet, through the interface of the selected REGISTRAR;

4.1.2. Identification documents according to APPENDIX 1.

4.2. In order to register a DOMAIN NAME in top level zone .bg the REGISTRANTS provide additional documents, certifying grounds to use the LABEL, forming the DOMAIN NAME, as provided for in APPENDIX 2.

4.3. All required documents are signed by the REGISTRANT’s representative(s) and submitted to the REGISTRY, through a selected REGISTRAR, via regular mail or on-line on the Internet, using REGISTRANT’s electronic certificate.

4.4. There shall be a declaration along with the APPLICATION, determining that the REGISTRANT approves of the present General Terms conditions.

4.5. All required documents for a DOMAIN NAME registration shall be presented in one of REGISTRY’s working (procedural) languages – Bulgarian or English, or as a licensed translation in one of these working (procedural) languages.

5. REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING THE LABEL

5.1. LABEL essence - At time of registration, the LABEL, forming the DOMAIN NAME, shall be both valid and appropriate.

5.2. Validity of LABEL

5.2.1. The following characters shall be valid in forming the LABEL:

- ASCII characters, notwithstanding small and capitals [A-Z, a-z];

- numbers [0-9];

- hyphen [-].

The first and the last character shall be either a letter or a number. It is recommended that the first character be a letter.

5.2.2. The LABEL shall be at least 3, but not more than 63 characters long. When the chosen LABEL consists of two characters only, the REGISTRY recommends that the sign hyphen '-' be included between the characters.

5.2.3. The LABEL shall be different from any existing such Top Level Domains (ARPA, COM, EDU, GOV, MIL, NET, ORG, INT, ...). The list of reserved LABELS may be consulted.

5.3. Reserved LABELS

5.3.1. The names of municipalities and districts are reserved for their respective district governors.

5.3.2. The names of countries are reserved for their respective embassies or consulates.

5.3.3. The following Internet names shall be reserved within the REGISTRY: bgnic, bg-nic, nicbg, nic-bg, nic, register, registar, registry, domain, domains, domain-registry, domains-registry, internet.

5.3.4. When the requested LABEL is already in use, the applicant shall either choose another LABEL or wait until that name is free for use.

5.4. Inappropriate LABELS

5.4.1. REGISTRANTS shall not choose LABELS formed of obscene and/or abusive words or combinations of words, as well as any LABEL contrary to public interest and the good manners.

5.4.2. When the requested LABEL can cause confusion, the REGISTRANT shall choose another name.

5.5. LABEL when registering a DOMAIN NAME in top level zone .bg

5.5.1. When registering a DOMAIN NAME in top level zone .bg, the LABEL shall correspond to:

5.5.1.1. REGISTRANT’s name;

5.5.1.2. REGISTRANT’s registered trade mark or geographic designation, or any such in process of registration in the Patent Bureau of Republic of Bulgaria. In the latter case it is necessary to sign a conditional agreement for registration of the DOMAIN NAME.

Any such trade mark or geographic designation shall be valid on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria. The name of the trade mark or the geographic designation can not be abbreviated;

5.5.1.3. Registered name of a publication (for example with an ISSN or ISBN);

5.5.1.4. Name of a program or project of state, regional or municipal administrations and institutions in the Republic of Bulgaria;

5.5.1.5. Name, acquired by the REGISTRANT according to issued licenses, valid on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria;

5.5.1.6. Consortium or non-personified civil society union name;

5.5.1.7. Name of a media program or show;

5.5.1.8. Name of a cultural, sport, scientific or other event;

5.5.1.9. Name of a coalition, initiative committee or other name, used by a candidate for a campaign in parliamentary, presidential or local elections;

5.5.1.10. Name to use in connection with a franchising contract;

5.5.1.11. Name of any artistic form of group formed and registered in accordance with Article 83 of the Copyright and Similar Rights Act;

5.5.1.12. Name of a categorized tourist site;

5.5.1.13. Name of a construction site;

5.5.1.14. Name of a vessel;

5.5.2. When registering a DOMAIN NAME in the top level zone .bg, the LABEL is formed by:

5.5.2.1. The full name;

5.5.2.2. Abbreviation formed out of one or some of the words being part of the full name and the first characters of the remaining words (observing their sequence);

5.5.2.3. Abbreviation formed out of the first characters of the words forming the full name, observing their sequence (abbreviation);

5.5.2.4. When the applicant’s name contains a number, it is accepted that the domain name can be formed of the number in say-format, and vice-versa;

5.5.2.5. When a name is composite, formed out of separate words or initial characters of words used generally to form the name, a hyphen can be put on place;

5.5.2.6. When a label cannot be formed in any of the enumerated ways, as it is no longer available, after the requested combination of characters (as provided for in it.5.5.2.1., it.5.5.2.2., it.5.5.2.3., it.5.5.2.4. or 5.5.2.5.) it is accepted to place a number or characters “bg”, separated or not with a hyphen (-);

5.5.2.7. Where a name contains the word Bulgaria, it may be either omitted, or replaced with the characters “bg”;

5.5.2.8. Some generally accepted abbreviations, or words, such as: "ltd", "plc", "inc", "co","company", "corporation", "international" (or their equivalents) can be omitted;

5.5.2.9. When a name contains the name of a city, state or continent, they may be omitted or a generally accepted abbreviation used;

5.5.2.10. The name of the city or its official seat can be added to the registrant's name or a generally accepted abbreviation can be used.

5.5.2.11. When in the REGISTRANT’s name the name of a patron is included, the latter may be omitted or to be used alone;

5.5.2.12. When a name contains a repetitive abbreviation, the latter may be omitted;

5.5.2.13. When a name contains the character “&”, the latter shall be omitted or replaced with the conjunction "and", the hyphen "-" or the letter "n;"

5.5.2.14. The name may be translated to a foreign language or transliterated with ASCII characters.

6. DOMAIN NAME ACCESSIBILITY AND GOOD SERVICE

6.1. The DOMAIN NAME shall be accessible and well managed in order to prevent any discomfort to Internet users.

6.2. The APPLICATION shall contain a contact e-mail for enquiries concerning DOMAIN NAME and where to send any information concerning the DOMAIN NAME.

6.3. The APPLICATION shall contain at least two domain name servers (DNS).

6.4. In order to check correct configuration of DOMAIN NAME, the REGISTRANT shall provide access from the primary server for AVAILABLE ZONES (ns.register.bg, IP address 192.92.129.99) to domain names servers.

6.5. The REGISTRANT shall get the consent from the Administrator of each domain name server, which shall serve the respective DOMAIN NAME.

7. DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION PROCEDURE IN AVAILABLE ZONES

7.1. APPLICATIONS for registration of DOMAIN NAMES

7.1.1. APPLICATIONS for registration of a DOMAIN NAME shall be filled in on-line, through the interface of a chosen REGISTRAR.

7.1.2. After filling in the APPLICATION, the REGISTRANT shall confirm APPLICATION.

Confirmation of APPLICATION shall be effected:

- automatically – using digital signature;

- by confirming information sent from REGISTRY to the e-mail indicated in the Application.

7.1.3. The application shall be confirmed within 24 /twenty-four/ hours.

7.1.4. Following confirmation any APPLICATION shall have an extended term of validity of 30 /thirty/ calendar days. During the same period the REGISTRANT shall undertake all necessary steps to conclude the registration of the DOMAIN NAME.

7.1.5. The REGISTRANT shall eliminate any irregularities in the documents supplied and effect payment before deadline of APPLICATION validity.

7.1.6. The REGISTRY determines all facts connected with DOMAIN NAME registration not later than 30 /thirty/ calendar days from expiration of deadline stipulated in it.7.1.4.

7.1.7. If after expiration of the deadline stipulated in it. 7.1.6. the APPLICATION still fails to meet the requirements for registration, the REGISTRY shall terminate the registration procedure and open a DOMAIN NAME for registration by other REGISTRANTS.

7.2. DOMAIN NAME configuration

7.2.1. The REGISTRANT can complete personally the configuration of the domain name – registration data for: domain names servers, technical contact and financial contact. The operation shall be carried out through the interface of the registration system for DOMAIN NAMES of the REGISTRAR, chosen by the REGISTRANT.

7.2.2. If the REGISTRANT can not configure the DOMAIN NAME as provided for in it.7.2.1., he/she shall send an e-mail – from the e-mail address for automatic update, or by ordinary mail, information for the domain names servers, technical contact and financial contact to the REGISTRY, through the chosen REGISTRAR.

7.3. Payments

7.3.1. Payment when registering a new DOMAIN NAME:

7.3.1.1. Having confirmed the validity of the documents under it.4 and having completed the configuration of the DOMAIN NAME, the REGISTRANT shall create a pro-forma invoice from the interface of the selected REGISTRAR. The pro-forma invoice shall contain a list of selected services and their prices, and shall be payable not later than the term of validity of the APPLICATION.

7.3.1.2. In the event of irregularities in the documents, the REGISTRANT cannot create a pro-forma invoice and cannot pay for a domain name.

7.3.2. Payment for the extension of the DOMAIN NAME registration:

7.3.2.1. With respect to DOMAIN NAMES, unconditionally registered, the REGISTRANT shall within 30 /thirty/ calendar days before the expiry of the DOMAIN NAME support term select services through the interface of the respective REGISTRAR of that DOMAIN NAME and create a pro-forma invoice, containing the selected services and their price and pay the amount.

7.3.2.2. With respect to DOMAIN NAMES, conditionally registered, the REGISTRANT shall within 30 /thirty/ calendar days before the expiry of the DOMAIN NAME support term submit to the REGISTRY through the selected REGISTRAR, proof for compliance with the condition for extension of the DOMAIN NAME support, and afterwards to perform the actions described in it. 7.3.2.1.

7.4. DOMAIN NAME registration

7.4.1. The REGISTRARS check the validity and completeness of the documents deposited by the REGISTRANT within three business days, and further send these to the REGISTRY.

7.4.2. Following the certification of facts concerning: validity of documents, configuration and payment of services related to DOMAIN NAME, the REGISTRY shall carry out the registration.

8. AMENDMENTS TO DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION

8.1. The REGISTRANT may select electronic update of: the configured for DOMAIN NAME support servers, technical and financial contacts. The request shall be stated in the APPLICATION for registration of a DOMAIN or in a separate APPLICATION signed by the REGISTRANT’s representative(s).

8.2. APPLICATION for amendment of data concerning: domain names servers, technical and financial contacts are accepted:

8.2.1. On-line using user name and password (if update is required);

8.2.2. By e-mail – from the indicated e-mail addresses (if specified for an electronic update);

8.2.3. On-line through the electronic certificate of the Administrative contact or the REGISTRANT’s representative(s);

8.2.4. In writing – by the Administrative contact or the REGISTRANT’s representative(s).

8.3. An APPLICATION for change of the Administrative contact can be filed only after it is signed by the REGISTRANT’s representative(s) and sent on-line using an electronic certificate or in writing (original).

8.4. Written APPLICATIONS for update of DOMAIN NAME data, as well as APPLICATIONS filed with an electronic certificate have priority to applications filed by user name and password or e-mail.

8.5. When the REGISTRY receives contradictory APPLICATIONS for update or termination of the DOMAIN registration, the REGISTRY makes a decision which APPLICATION to confirm, or to reject the contradictory APPLICATIONS.

8.6. The transfer of a DOMAIN NAME from one REGISTRANT to another shall take place after concluding a contract between the parties. The contract shall be certified by a Notary Public and sent to the REGISTRY by the selected REGISTRAR, or signed with the electronic certificates of both REGISTRANTS representatives, and then sent to the REGISTRY by the REGISTRAR’s interface.

8.7. In case of change in the REGISTRANT’s and/or his/her representatives’ registration data, he/she shall make the respective changes in the REGISTRY within one month from the date of change in the circumstances.

9. TERMINATION OF THE DOMAIN REGISTRATION

9.1. When the DOMAIN fails to meet any of the specific conditions for accessibility and good service, the contact persons shall be notified and they will be required to solve the problem. If within one month no proper actions are taken, the REGISTRY can terminate the registration without further notice.

9.2. When the REGISTRY receives through the REGISTRANT’s REGISTRAR a written APPLICATION to terminate the registration by the REGISTRANT’s representative(s), the registration is terminated within five days.

9.3. The registration shall be terminated in case of delay in the payment for the annual support.

9.4. The registration shall be terminated when the REGISTRY finds out that the REGISTRANT has presented documents containing incorrect data.

9.5. The registration shall be terminated when the REGISTRY finds out that the REGISTRANT has registered a domain name with a LABEL in violation of the conditions listed in it.5.4.

9.6. No amounts shall be refunded to the REGISTRANT in the cases referred to in it.9.1., 9.2., 9.4. and 9.5.

9.7. The REGISTRY shall not reserve DOMAIN NAMES to REGISTRANTS who have terminated their service support.

10. REGISTRARS

10.1. A REGISTRAR can be any trader observing the procedure for DOMAIN NAMES registration as provided for in the present General Terms and has the technical skills to perform this activity.

10.2. The REGISTRY itself supports its own REGISTRAR.

10.3. The REGISTRAR may operate through the interface of the REGISTRY’s REGISTRAR, or to use its own or virtual interface for such activity.

10.4. Each REGISTRAR using its own, or virtual, interface for their activity shall sign a contract with the REGISTRY, specifying contracting parties’ rights and liabilities.

10.5. Each REGISTRAR using its own, or virtual, interface for their activity, shall receive a price for the services lower than the price specified by the REGISTRY in order to serve REGISTRANTS by its own REGISTRAR’s interface. The price shall be the same for each such REGISTRAR.

10.6. REGISTRARS operating through REGISTRY’s own interface shall not sign a special contract and get a lower price for the services than the price specified by REGISTRY for REGISTRAR’s services to REGISTRANTS.

10.7. Each REGISTRAR shall specify himself/herself the registration and support price for domain names to REGISTRANTS.

10.8. REGISTRARS shall not sell the service "registration and support of a domain name" to REGISTRANTS at price lower than its cost.

10.9. The REGISTRAR shall not sell the service "registration and support of a domain name" to REGISTRANTS in a package price, because the service is unique and not related to other services.

10.10. Having concluded a contract between the REGISTRY and REGISTRAR / as provided for in it.10.4./ and meeting the necessary requirements for implementation of functions concerning mediation in connection with DOMAIN NAMES registration, the REGISTRAR can commence processing of APPLICATIONS for registration and support of DOMAIN NAMES.

10.11. If a REGISTRAR terminates his/her activity as a REGISTRAR, all REGISTRANTS serviced by such REGISTRAR shall be transferred to REGISTRY's internal REGISTRAR without additional payment and until expiration of the support term for their DOMAIN NAMES in the REGISTRY.

10.12. The REGISTRANTS willing to change their REGISTRAR, can effect that change at any time after payment of registration and support of DOMAIN NAMES fees to the new REGISTRAR.

10.13. The changes, made by the REGISTRANTS according to it. 10.12., shall be processed by the REGISTRY as APPLICATIONS for registration and support of new DOMAIN NAMES.

11. RECOMMENDATIONS

11.1. When the REGISTRANT changes his/her Internet provider or begins using the services of a new provider, the new provider cannot lodge an application for a change in the configuration of the DOMAIN NAME. The REGISTRY shall not undertake any actions prior to receiving an application from the administrative contact(s) or REGISTRANT’s representative(s).

11.2. E-mail and/or IP connectivity routing normally shall be negotiated with an Internet services provider. In such cases, it is recommended that the Internet provider cooperates for filing the APPLICATION.

11.3. The second level domain names shall comply with Internet addresses rules as stipulated in RFC 819, RFC 821, RFC 822, RFC 920 and RFC 976, as well as with zone organization according to RFC 1034 and RFC 1035.

12. REGISTRY AND REGISTRARS DISCHARGE OF LIABILITY

The REGISTRY and REGISTRARS shall provide services for registration and support of DOMAIN NAMES on the Internet as non-interested persons acting at good will in help of REGISTRANTS and Internet services providers as follows:

12.1. The REGISTRANT shall be fully responsible before third parties for selecting the LABEL for registration of the DOMAIN NAME.

12.2. The DOMAIN NAME REGISTRANT shall not hold liable the REGISTRY or servicing REGISTRAR, as well as their employees and officials, for any losses, damages, responsibilities, claims or expenses suffered as a result of claims from third parties related to the management or the right to use the requested DOMAIN NAME.

12.3. The REGISTRY or the servicing REGISTRAR, as well as their employees and officials shall not be held liable for any losses or damages suffered by the REGISTRANT or Internet service provider, due to action or inaction of the REGISTRY or servicing REGISTRAR, as well as their employees and agents, in providing services as REGISTRY or REGISTRAR, apart from servicing the specific REGISTRANT’s APPLICATION.

12.4. The REGISTRY or REGISTRAR shall not be held liable for the accuracy of data filled in by the REGISTRANT, when the latter has applied for electronic update of the information entered in the REGISTRY concerning REGISTRANT’s DOMAIN NAME.

12.5. The REGISTRY shall not be held liable for the action or inaction of REGISTRARS except for the internal REGISTRAR’s interface.

12.6. The REGISTRY and REGISTRARS shall be held liable only for actions or inactions due to deliberate steps and negligence.

13. REGISTRY OFFICIAL ADDRESS

"Register.BG" Ltd.

9000 Varna

40, Slivnitsa Blvd., office 1

tel. ++359 52/694050; ++359 52/694060; ++359 52/603231; ++359 52/614177;

fax ++359 52/614176

1000 Sofia

4, Triaditsa Street, floor 2;

tel. ++359 2/9811301; ++359 2/9804457;

fax ++359 2/9806889

14. PRICES AND PAYMENTS

14.1. The prices of internal REGISTRAR services provided by REGISTRY for registration and support of DOMAIN NAMES to REGISTRANTS:

14.2.5. The REGISTRARS included in it.10.4. shall pay to the REGISTRY in advance the amounts for registration and support of a certain number of DOMAIN NAMES, in installments not less than 1000.00 EUR.

14.2.6. When the advance amount paid by the REGISTRAR included in it.10.4. for registration and support of DOMAIN NAMES is exhausted, the REGISTRY shall discontinue processing new APPLICATIONS and support of DOMAIN NAMES of REGISTRANTS of such REGISTRAR.

14.3. Prices are VAT exclusive.

14.4. Amounts due shall be paid in BGN according to EUR fixed exchange rate: 1 EUR = 1.95583 BGN.

15. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS

15.1. The legislation of the Republic of Bulgaria shall be applied to the General Terms as well as to all respective unsettled issues.

15.2. The official language of the REGISTRY shall be the Bulgarian language.

16. TRANSITIONAL AND CONCLUDING PROVISIONS

16.1. To all REGISTRANTS, who have completed DOMAIN NAME registration or holders of valid APPLICATIONS for registration until September 17, 2006 inclusive, the REGISTRY grants a "grace period" until March 17, 2007 inclusive.

16.2. During the "grace period" the REGISTRY allows REGISTRANTS eligible under it.16.1. to register DOMAIN NAMES in the second level AVAILABLE ZONES with LABELS, identical to the LABELS applied for and/or registered as DOMAIN NAMES in the top level zone .bg by that moment.

16.3. All APPLICATIONS received by the REGISTRY until September 17th, 2006 inclusive, shall be processed under the REGISTRY’s rules and prices valid by this date.

16.4. The APPLICATION not processed by September 17, 2006 inclusive, shall be awarded with a term of validity until October 17, 2006 inclusive.

16.5. Payment of fees for DOMAIN NAMES due to be paid by September 17, 2006, inclusive, shall be effected according to the price list valid by this date.

16.6. Electronic certificates shall be accessible for operation by REGISTRANTS not later than November 30, 2006.

16.7. The present General Terms shall enter into force on September 18, 2006 and shall replace Registration Rules in force by this date.

16.8. The REGISTRY shall preserve the right to amend the General Terms without prior notice. The amendments in the General Terms shall enter into force from the date of publication on the Internet, unless a longer period is indicated.

APPENDIX N: 1 - Documents determining REGISTRANT's identification in registering domain names in the top level zone .bg

A1.1. When an electronic certificate is used for REGISTRANT’s identification, the certificate is sufficient and no additional documents are required.

A1.2. Depending on the REGISTRANT’s legal status, the following documents shall be supplied for identification:

A1.2.1. The persons included in it.3.1. shall lodge an APPLICATION in original signed by the REGISTRANT’s representative(s) and a Certificate of Good Standing, a copy of the constituent act by the Bulgarian State Authority respectively or the international agreement /possibly a copy of publication in the “State Gazette”/.

Foreign companies and non-personified traders with branches on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria shall present a certificate issued by the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for registration of such branch.

If the person signing the application is a proxy, a power of attorney, verified by a Notary Public shall be submitted in original.

If the REGISTRANT is an embassy or consulate of a foreign state in the Republic of Bulgaria, an APPLICATION shall be lodged in original signed by the embassy or consular service representative and an accompanying letter on official form.

A1.2.2. The persons included in it.3.2., shall present an APPLICATION verified by a Notary Public or certify their identity personally with an ID card or a certificate of a foreigner with permanent residence.

If the person signing the application is a proxy, a power of attorney, verified by a Notary Public shall be submitted in original

A1.2.3. The persons included in it.3.3. shall lodge an APPLICATION in original, signed by the empowered person and produce proof for their registration, thus the empowered person shall produce proofs of identity as provided for in it.A1.2.1., or it.A1.2.2.


APPENDIX N: 2 - Documents determining grounds for use of LABEL when registering DOMAIN NAMES in the top level zone .bg

In addition to identification documents and depending on the grounds for the name listed in its. 5.5.1.1-14, the following documents shall be provided:

A2.1. In compliance with it.5.5.1.1 – identification proofs presented by the REGISTRANT under this item shall serve at the same time as a proof of grounds.

When an electronic certificate is used, and the REGISTRANT’s name written therein coincides with the LABEL, the grounds shall be taken automatically from the electronic certificate.

A2.2. In compliance with it.5.5.1.2 – a copy of the document certifying that the REGISTRANT is a holder of a registered mark or geographic name by the date of filing the APPLICATION.

If the trade mark or the geographical name is in the process of registration, the REGISTRANT shall provide a certificate from the Patent Office with an enclosed bibliographic reference from preliminary research completed.

A2.3. In compliance with it.5.5.1.3 – a copy of the certificate for awarding ISSN or ISBN.

A2.4. In compliance with it.5.5.1.4 – a document for proof of facts.

A2.5. In compliance with it.5.5.1.5 – a copy of the respective license.

A2.6. In compliance with it.5.5.1.6 – a company or consortium contract /in original or a copy certified by a Notary Public /, where the names of the representatives and the company /consortium/ are included, BULSTAT certificate, as well as proof for self-employment, if legally required.

A2.7. In compliance with it.5.5.1.7 – a copy of the media license, a certificate from the media representative(s) respectively, indicating that a program with the corresponding name and producer – REGISTRANT is included in the media program schedule.

A2.8. In compliance with it.5.5.1.8 – statutes of the organization committee for the event, indicating the representatives and the event’s name.

A2.9. In compliance with it.5.5.1.9 – a certificate from the respective election commission registering the coalition or the initiative committee, indicating representatives’ names.

A2.10. In compliance with it.5.5.1.10 – an official certified copy of the franchise contract and all additional agreements, indicating the rights to use the name.

A2.11. In compliance with it.5.5.1.11 – a certificate from the Ministry of Culture under the provisions of Article 7 of the Ordinance for Registration of Artistic Groups Names.

A2.12. In compliance with it.5.5.1.12 – a certificate indicating the site category.

A2.13. In compliance with it.5.5.1.13 – a copy of the construction permit.

A2.14. In compliance with it.5.5.1.14. – excerpt from the ship register.

All copies presented shall be certified for authenticity.

 

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