Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) Policies

Each country code TLD (ccTLD) is operated by an independent Registry that sets policies to govern the registration and use of that particular ccTLD. Consequently, each ccTLD is governed by a unique set of policies.

Please see Exhibit A of our Registration Agreement for the full terms and conditions to which Registrants are bound. The Registrant is responsible for monitoring the Registry’s site on a regular basis. If you do not wish to be bound by a revision or modification to any Registry policy, your sole remedy is to cancel your domain name registration. The cancellation process differs between Registries. You may contact your Domain Provider [link to FYDP page] or refer to the appropriate Registry page to determine the cancellation procedure for your ccTLD name.

Select a ccTLD to view the Registry policy page:





.CA (CIRA Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, Registrant Agreement)




.DE (Domain Terms and Conditions, Domain guidelines)  






.IT (Assignment and management of domain names in the ccTLD .it, Additional Policies )




.NL (General Terms and Conditions, Dispute Resolution Regulations for .NL Domain Names)  







This entry was posted in legal-policies on January 1, 2000 by Haley Midgette.