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Re: Re[2]: [ga] Re: VeriSign Proposal a Done Deal??


sorry to intrude again, but.....

in the analogy, even if the property manager IS allowed, this subscription is 
never more then one month lease, iow 1/12 of $ 6  and not equal to 7 years 

however, while you are going to answer a few question mr Gomes, perhaps the 
following ones can be taken to answer to:

1. I do read the proposal right, where it says the $ 40 is for ONE year 
waitlist, and has to be renewed after that year ?

2. where does the registry obtain the right to sell these domains, after they 
are deleted, or perhaps we have a different dictionary ? mine states that 
deletion means: 

Pronunciation:	di-'lEt, dE-
Function:	transitive verb
Inflected Form(s):	de·let·ed; de·let·ing
Etymology:	Latin deletus, past participle of delEre to wipe out, destroy
Date:	circa 1605
: to eliminate especially by blotting out, cutting out, or erasing

now as far as i know, the registry is supposed to delete any name that is not 
paid for (renewal) or otherwise offered for deletion.
from that I conclude that the sale of the domain is illegal, since while it 
is owned prior to deletion, by a registrant, the registry has no power over 
the domain and once it is deleted it no longer exists, henceforth this 

Should the plan be based on transfer (XFER) then the direct permission of the 
owner is needed nad needs to be paid for (assumption)

Since these are basic questions on all proposals, i would like to see these 
answered, since being a part of any illegal transaction is something my 
council has advised against, on grounds they understand better then I do, but 
it had to do with penal institutions, which does not sound as being a 
comfortable hotel.

Of course even if the above were answered in a way that some rights could be 
obtained from somewhere, then i still believe that (and i would like this 
hypothesis answered to) the additional value  placed upon the domain could 
influence the current registrant to re-evaluate his/her position in the 
decision of not renewing, keeping that knowledge from the registrant shoudl 
then make way for a nice lawsuit 

thank you for the time to answer



On Wednesday 09 January 2002 2:59 am, George Kirikos wrote:
> Hello,
> --- "Gomes, Chuck" <cgomes@verisign.com> wrote:
> > George,
> >
> > Let me change the analogy.  Is it okay for a property manager to have
> > a
> > waiting list?
> I've noticed that Chuck never actually ANSWERS a question (I'm still
> waiting patiently for the answers to prior questions), but simply
> answers a question with his own question. I shall set the example,
> though, by answering his question.
> Is it ok for a property manager to have a waiting list?
> The answer is: MAYBE.

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