DOMAIN REGISTRATION IN ITALY

Domain names ending with the .it country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) for Italy are registered and managed by ccTLD .it registry (nic.it), an assigned official registry of Italy. The activities of the ccTLD .it registry are administered by regulations that contain rules for the registration and management of ccTLD .it domain names and include separate regulations for the resolution of disputes regarding .it ccTLD. These regulations were developed by the Rules Committee, a technical advisory body of the ccTLD .it registry. This article answers the following questions: What is a Letter of Assumption of Responsibility (LAR); What does “challenged status” mean; What does “no-provider” status mean; and When does the registry annul the assignment of a ccTLD .it domain name.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is a Letter of Assumption of Responsibility (LAR)?
What does “challenged status” mean?
What does “no-provider” status mean?
When does the registry annul the assignment of a ccTLD .it domain name?

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