ICANN Resolutions » 2001-07-31 - .name Registry Agreement
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Board authorizes President to enter into .name registry agreement and to implement the agreement once signed.
(Adopted 14-2, with Amadeu Abril i Abril and Andy Mueller-Maguhn voting against and Jun Murai having left the call.)Whereas, the posting of the .name registry agreements, with all its appendices, was completed on 3 July 2001;
Whereas, under resolution 01.25 seven days were allowed for Board members to make any additional comments on the agreements to the President and General Counsel;
Whereas, Amadeu Abril i Abril made an objection to the proposed SLD e-mail forwarding service within that period and the Board has discussed it;
Resolved [01.76], that the President is authorized to enter the .name registry agreement, with any minor, non-substantive corrections as the President determines are consistent with the intention of the agreements as posted; and
Further resolved [01.77], that the President is authorized to implement the agreements once they are signed, including by accrediting registrars for the .name top-level domain (in that regard, registrars already accredited and in good standing for .biz, .com, .info, .net, or .org may be accredited for .name without additional qualifying procedures upon entering an accreditation agreement that the President determines is consistent with the existing accreditation agreement for .biz, .com, .info, .net, and .org).