RE: [ga] Abusing consensus in the Transfers TF
No you didn't miss anything. I'm still struggling to understand the
relevance of this to individual registrants, but I think they're talking
about denying transfer when the Registrant is a US based corporation and has
a) gone into liquidation (filed for bankruptcy) and b) refused to pay an
outstanding account for other services provided by the Registrar (or
affiliate?) and c) the domain name is considered an asset by virtue of
having a significant resale value that could be sold to offset such debt.
All those things have to come together to justify its existence.
From: Don Brown [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, March 30, 2002 8:21 AM
To: William X Walsh
Cc: Joanna Lane; firstname.lastname@example.org; DannyYounger@cs.com; email@example.com;
Subject: Re: [ga] Abusing consensus in the Transfers TF
Thursday, March 28, 2002, 8:28:01 AM, William X Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
WXW> Wednesday, Wednesday, March 27, 2002, 8:45:00 PM, Joanna Lane wrote:
JL> These are the facts.
WXW> No, they really are just your own opinions.
WXW> You pretty much stood alone on this list on your insistence that the
WXW> bankruptcy clause was inappropriate. And I think you stand alone
WXW> still today.
WXW> How dare you presume to speak for what is in the best interests of
WXW> registrants anyway. You have no mandate, not even the most flimsy
WXW> claim of a mandate, to do so.
I don't see how it is appropriate, either. If the Registrar has not
been paid the registration fee due, they can lock the domain name.
What am I missing?
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