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The procedure for resolving disputes concerning domain names registered under the ccTLD. Bo, shall be governed by this Policy Regulation dispute concerning domain names registered under the ccTLD. Bo (hereinafter the "Regulations ") and the WIPO Supplemental Rules for Conflict Resolution respective accredited by the Administrator (Agency for the Development of Information Society in Bolivia ADSIB ï ¿½), (the" Supplemental Rules ").
I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Article 1. (Definitions) .- In this Regulation shall apply:
Registration Agreement: A set of rules, terms and conditions governing the relations of registration and use of a domain name registered under the ccTLD. bo, between the Administrator and the owner the domain name.
Administrator: Agency for the Development of Information Society in Bolivia ADSIB, institution responsible for the registration and administration of domain names registered under the ccTLD. bo.
Dispute Resolution Center: Legal entity that provides dispute resolution services accredited by the Administrator to administer and conduct disputes concerning domain names registered under the ccTLD. bo.
Expert Group: Group of experts in matter, appointed a Dispute Resolution Center accredited by the Administrator, to resolve a dispute resolution request on registered domain names under ccTLD. bo.
Member of the Group of Experts: Natural person appointed by the Resolution Center Disputes to be part of the Group of Experts.
Domain Name: unique alphanumeric combination used to identify an Internet service or Web page. Represents an identifier common to a group of computers or devices connected to the network. It is a simple Internet address designed to allow users to easily locate a site on the Internet. Parties: Complainant and the domain name holder registered under the ccTLD. bo in dispute.
Policies applicable: Refers to Policy Domain name registration under ccTLD. bo and dispute resolution policy on registered domain names under ccTLD. bo.
Procedure: The set of rules and regulations governing the actions of people interested in settling a dispute on registered domain names under ccTLD. bo.
Complainant: A person who files an application for dispute resolution before a Dispute Resolution Center on domain names in accordance with this procedure.
Additional Rules: The rules adopted by the Dispute Resolution Center which runs a procedure. The Center's Supplemental Rules resolution shall be consistent with the dispute resolution policy on registered domain names under ccTLD. Bo and these regulations. Holder of a domain name: Person that owns a name domain to the Administrator.
Article 2. (Communications)
II. INITIATION OF PROCEEDINGS
Rule 3. (Application for dispute resolution of domain names registered under the ccTLD. Bo)
Article 4. (Notifications by the Center for Dispute Resoluciónde after filing dispute resolution)
Article 5. (defense)
Section 6. (Exclusion of Liability)
Except in cases of negligence, or the Administrator, or the Conflict Resolution Center, nor any member of the Panel with respect to any party shall be responsible for all act or omission in connection with any proceeding under this Regulation.
Article 7. (Amendments)
The version of this regulation is in force at the time of filing the request for dispute resolution shall apply to proceedings initiated . Any changes or updates to the Regulations will be issued with a notice of 30 days in the manager page: http://www.nic.bo, so that the domain name holder revealed that suits their interests, after this time without the domain name holder has indicated their interests, changes and modifications will be considered accepted and binding on the parties.
III. THE GROUP OF EXPERTS
Article 8. (Appointment of the Panel) .-
Article 9. (Impartiality and Independence)
Any member of the Panel shall be impartial and independent and, before accepting appointment, disclosed to the Dispute Resolution Center any circumstances that might trigger some justifiable doubt on the impartiality or independence of the member. If at any time of the administrative proceeding, new circumstances arise which may lead to justifiable doubt as to the impartiality or independence of the Expert Group member, that member shall promptly disclose such circumstances to the Dispute Resolution Center. In this case, the latter is empowered to appoint a substitute member of the Group of Experts.
Article 10. (Communication between the parties and the Panel of Experts) .-
No Party or its representatives may have any unilateral communication with the Group of Experts. All communications between a party and the Expert Group were made to the Center for Dispute Resolution in the manner prescribed in the Supplemental Rules Dispute Resolution Center.
IV. Development Procedure
Article 11. (Transfer the case to the Panel)
The Dispute Resolution Center shall transmit the file to the Panel once appointed.
Article 12. (General Powers of the Panel)
Article 13. (Language of the procedure)
Article 14. (Other statements)
In addition to the request for dispute resolution of domain names and the defense, the Expert Group, using its discretion, allow or require further statements from the parties.
Article 15. (Views)
There shall be no hearings (including hearings by teleconference, videoconference and web conference), unless the Panel determines, using its sole discretion and in exceptional cases, it is necessary to such a hearing to resolve the dispute.
Article 16. (Default)
Article 17. (Closure procedure)
The Panel shall declare the closure of the submission procedure of dispute resolution within ten (10) days after submission and corrected the requirements, if any, as long as it is satisfied that all parties have had a fair and equal opportunity to present their case.
Article 18. (Opportunity for submission of the claim)
Any person, before the close of proceedings may lodge his claim, provided he complied with the requirements or the provisions established by the Panel, or when not having them, correct them have been met. It is understood that the person has withdrawn his claim when breached the provisions above.
Item 19. (Policy Applicable)
The Panel shall decide the request for dispute resolution of domain names in accordance with the Policy, these Rules, and the rules and principles of law that it deems applicable.
Article 20. (Form and notification of decisions)
Article 21. (Withdrawal of the demand for agreement between the parties or other grounds for termination)
Article 22. (Effect of judicial proceedings)
Article 23. (Fees)
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