RE: [nc-deletes] Minutes - Conference Call, November 15
OK. This problem has arisen more than I expected - the case manager at WIPO that I've just spoken to says she knows of between 20 and 30 cases. With registrars that they know won't continue the lock past expiry, they ask up front whether the domain will expire and advise the parties to contact the registrar. There have been several cases where after the decision the complainant wonders why the decision hasn't been implemented and then discovers that the domain lapsed and was purchased by someone else in the meantime. WIPO don't like this as it brings the whole procedures into disrepute.
I'm still getting feedback from IPC members - I should have a proposal by Friday.
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