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[ga-full] Re: This guys on the ball - Re: Transfers: A bit of anexplanation (fwd)
That's an interesting twist. I don't think the Canadian courts would much
care about a lower US courts decision. But the location of control is a
valid point. I'll pass it on.
On Mon, 3 Apr 2000, Andy Gardner wrote:
> >The law of equity in Canada gives control of domain names to resellers if
> admin defaults.
> The law of equity in Canada probably applies to property domiciled in Canada.
> Where are .com/net/org named domiciled?
> Virginia, USA?
> They are, according to the findings of a recent court case in that State.
> Andrew P. Gardner
> Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.
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