The policies listed below are ICANN policies that the Forum is authorized to administer. You can find all the relevant links, forms, and Rules in the chart below. If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many Policies and Rule require Complainant to notify Respondent of the Complaint using a Complaint Transmittal Cover Sheet. You can download that form here.
|Policy Name||TLD(s)||Links||Forms||File / Respond|
|Challenge the registration of a domain name because it is not a person or fictional character as the policy requires.|
|QCP||.pro||To file a QCP Complaint or Response, email your submission to email@example.com|
|The Qualification Challenge Policy may be used to challenge the registration of a .pro name at the second or third levels for failure to meet the .pro requirements|
|The Restrictions Dispute Resolution Policy may be used to contest the registration of a .biz domain name for failing to meet the .biz registration requirements. A dispute can be brought simultaneously under the RDRP and the UDRP.|
|RRDRP||All new gTLDs||Email your complaint or response to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|The Registry Restrictions Dispute Resolution Policy allows a party to request sanctions against a new gTLD Registry for failing to comply with the Registration Restrictions promises it made to ICANN.|
|The Transfer Dispute Policy may be used by Registrars that claim another Registrar has violated ICANN’s Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy. An initial TDRP dispute is called a Request for Enforcement. If a Registry has already made a decision or issued a “no-decision” result, an Appeal may be filed.|
|TM-PDDRP||All new gTLDs||Email your complaint or response to email@example.com|
|The Trademark Post-Delegation Dispute Resolution Policy allows a party to request sanctions against a new gTLD Registry for participating in a scheme to encourage trademark infringement in a new gTLD.|