The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, with whom .art has a contract to operate the .art domain registry.
An Applicant that has submitted a Registration Request that has been paid for in full and accepted by the Registry. A Registrant is the holder of a registered name in the Top-Level Domain Registry.
An entity authorized by ICANN to offer Domain Name Registration services and entered into a contract with the Registry for the provision of Domain Name Registration Services for the .art TLD to Applicants, Registrants, and/or their respective agents.
The entity that is operating a top-level domain (such as .art).
Reserved domain name
Means Domain Names that the Registry has reserved from Registration and may, at its sole discretion, later release for Registration or Allocation.
The Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy established by ICANN for the resolution of disputes regarding the Registration of Internet Domain Names.
Means the Uniform Rapid Suspension System, a rights protection mechanism that offers a lower-cost, faster path to relief for rights holders experiencing the most clear-cut cases of infringement.