How to backorder a .DK

[Saviour Church, Copenhagen, Denmark] (LOC)
Image by The Library of Congress via Flickr

I am not aware regarding any dropcatching for .DK domain names.

However backordering a .DK goes very different compared to  gTLD’s like .COM.

Backordering a .DK does not happen thru the channels as you know them. Like a backorder at Godaddy or snapnames or any other of the jolly crew.

DK Hostmaster setup a system where you backorder at the Registry itself.

Check out :

https://www.dk-hostmaster.dk/english/self-service/waiting-list/

The costs are around 15 USD. That is in my opinion not a bad price. It comes on a first come, first served basis.

Excluded are blocked domains names as DK Hostmaster reffers to them. Blocked means suspended, under investigation for trademark or copyright issues.

More info about backordering dot DK

Waiting list
DK Hostmaster shall maintain and administer a waiting list for domain names which have
already been registered. No waiting lists shall be set up for blocked domain names.
5.3.1 Inclusion on the waiting list
6

Waiting listDK Hostmaster shall maintain and administer a waiting list for domain names which have already been registered.

No waiting lists shall be set up for blocked  domain names.5.3.1 Inclusion on the waiting list.

Everyone who is entitled to register a domain name under the .dk domain can be entered on a

waiting list for an already registered domain name.

Applications for inclusion on a waiting list for a domain name already registered under the .dk

domain shall be made to DK Hostmaster via www.dk-hostmaster.dk.

Those included on a waiting list for a domain name shall be obliged to inform DK Hostmaster

of any changes in the information stated in the application. Failure to provide information

regarding changes may lead to exclusion from the waiting list.

5.3.2 Placement on the waiting list

DK Hostmaster shall register applications in the order they are received and shall assign a

number to each application which indicates which placement the waiting list member occupies

on the waiting list. DK Hostmaster shall notify the waiting list member of this via e-mail to

the e-mail address given in the request.

5.3.3 Waiting list fee

Inclusion on a waiting list shall be subject to payment of an annual fee of DKK 75 incl. VAT

per domain name. The amount shall be paid to DK Hostmaster, the first time upon inclusion

on the waiting list. Failure to pay shall result in deletion from the waiting list in accordance

with DK Hostmaster’s reminder procedure in force from time to time.

5.3.4 Assignment of a domain name

Once registration of a domain name, for which a waiting list has been created, has been

deleted, the waiting list members shall be advised of this via e-mail to the e-mail addresses

given by the waiting list members. The waiting list members shall then have 14 days in which

to indicate whether they are still interested in the domain name in question. The domain name

shall then be assigned in accordance with the placement on the waiting list so that the waiting

list member who has been waiting the longest and still wishes to have the name assigned,

shall be assigned the domain name.

Incase your are a copyright/trademark holder you can easilly startup an ARD to obtain the domain that violates either your trademark/copyright. In my personal expierence the Danish ARD works super in cases against typosquatters. Usually these typosquatters do not wish tobe known or any other legal hassles so they will give up the domain name real fast.

How it works in a nutshell.

A complaint willbe send to the typosquatter.

No response means that the domain name willbe assigned to the one who complained.

The fee is 100 USD (yep eat your heart out WIPO).

The fee will be refunded if you get wholly or partially right in your complaint.

Usually in the case of typosquatters they will just not answer. So the chances you will win is high in these cases and it won’t cost you a boatload of money.

Visit : https://www.dk-hostmaster.dk/english/complaints-and-suspension/complaints/

Easy enough Smilie: ;)

Complaints

If you want to file a complaint

The Complaints Board for Domain Names is a specific board who handles complaints regarding the registration of domain names under the .dk domain. E.g. if you are convinced that you have specific interests or trademarks to a given .dk domain name, which some one else already has registered.

The Complaints Board for Domain Names decides if the registration of .dk domain names violates the Danish laws and DK Hostmasters terms and conditions. The Board can decide to transfer, suspend or delete domain names that a complaint has been filed against.

All complaints regarding .dk domain names are to be send to The Complaints Board for Domain Names. On the Boards website you will find a form that must be used in order to file a complaint.

Complaints fee

Simultaneously with the filed complaint, you have to pay a complaints-fee. The fee is 500 DKK for domain names with occupational meaning. The fee is 150 DKK for users which only use the domain name privately.

The fee will be refunded if you get wholly or partially right in your complaint.

Below are some translations from Danish to English. Keep in mind that most people in Denmark do speak English. So do not let Danish based webpages scare you off Smilie: ;)

About Appeal

Complaints Board for Domain Names is an independent complaints board, which can settle disputes about rights to domain names ending in. Com. The Board has statutory authority in § 13 paragraph. 1 of the Law on Internet domains specifically assigned to Denmark (domain law) and the Board are appointed by the Minister of Science.

Complaints Board consists of three members and three alternates, each appointed by the Minister of Science for a four year period. The President and his deputy must meet the general requirements of being appointed judge or a Supreme Court judge. The other two members and alternates shall have proven theoretical and practical expertise concerning the names and trademark rights. In cases involving non-commercial users and non-commercial registrants and in matters of fundamental importance to Appeal upheld by two members representing consumer and business interests.

Complaints can deal with disputes between registrants and third parties, and between registrant and DK Hostmaster A / S.

Appeal Board shall consider and decide on cases involving complaints that a domain registration is in breach of current Danish law or in violation of DK Hostmaster’s rules.Appeal to rule whether the registration of the domain name to be deleted, suspended or transferred to the complainant or a complainant identified natural or legal person.

For complaints about DIFO and / or DH Hostmaster decisions under § 11 paragraph. 3 of the Law on Internet domains can Appeal uphold, revoke, modify or remit the appeal ruling.

Complaints can not decide on compensation, remuneration or compensation.

For more information about DK Hostmaster – click here and come directly to DK Hostmaster’s web site.

For more information on DIFO – click here and come directly to DIFO website.

Complaints Board Secretariat will be closed in 52 weeks – between Christmas and New Year.

Board members:

President:
Supreme Court Justice Lene Kristensen Covenants

Substitute for the President:
High Court Judge Kaspar Linkis

Member with specific knowledge of intellectual property:
Professor dr.jur. Jens Schovsbo
Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

Member with specific knowledge of intellectual property:
Lawyer Knud Wallberg

Alternates for members with specific knowledge of intellectual property:
Cand. Laws Lone Prehn

Professor dr.jur, Ph.D. Thomas Riis

Consumer Representative:
Jeppe Juul
Denmark Active Consumers

Alternate Consumer Representative:
Rasmus Kjeldahl
Consumer Council

Business Representative:
Jane Eis Larsen
IT Industry

Alternate Representative of business:
Lars Hørberg
DI and ITEK

Secretaries:
Lawyer Simon Hutter

Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Clement Salung Petersen
Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

For further information about the Complaints work:

Complaints Procedure

Comments to the Board must be made through the Secretariat:

Complaints Board for Domain Names
Kalvebod Brygge 43, 4th floor
1560 Copenhagen V.
E-mail: sekretariatet@domaeneklager.dk
Phone: 33 36 11 00
Fax: 33 36 21 00

Complaints Procedure

Under section 2, paragraph. 2, in DIFO “Regulations on complaints of Internet Domain Names” shall Complaints Board for Domain Names following

RULES:

Board composition and competence

§ 1 Complaints Board consists of 3 members and 3 alternates, appointed by the Minister for Science, Technology and Development after consultation with the Board.The President and his deputy must meet the general conditions for appointment to chief justice. The other two members and alternates shall have proven theoretical and practical expertise concerning the names and trademark rights.

Paragraph. 2. Complaints Board consists of additional 2 members and 2 alternates in professional and consumer expertise involved in handling cases related to non-commercial users or non-commercial registrants and in handling cases of fundamental importance.

Paragraph. 3. In cases involving non-commercial users or non-commercial registrants, defined as a case where the domain of the complaint, mainly private – not commercial – meaning one or more of the parties.

Paragraph. 4. President of the Board will decide when it is a matter of principle.

§ 2 Appeal is competent to handle:
1) Disputes between registrants and third party
2) disputes between registrants and DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster
3) Complaints about DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster’s decisions under § 11 paragraph. 3 of the Law on Internet domain names.

Paragraph. 2. Appeal may decide
1) to suspend, revoke or transfer a domain name
registered or used in breach of
i) § 12 of the Law on Internet domain names
ii) terms and conditions established pursuant to § 11 paragraph. 1 of the Law on Internet domain names, or
iii) other legislation and
2) to confirm, cancel, modify or remit a decision by DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster.

Paragraph. 3. Complaints Board has no jurisdiction to decide on compensation, remuneration or compensation.

§ 3 Review Board is independent of the Secretary and the Minister.

§ 4 Complaints Board Secretariat in its activities to the Board subject only to the Complaints instruction power and is therefore in this undertaking independent of the Secretary and the Minister.

§ 5 Complaints Board Secretariat is responsible for proceedings preparation, attending meetings and possible conciliation and represents the Board action.

§ 6 No person shall participate in any proceedings, when
1) that have a particular personal or financial interest in the outcome or previously in the same case has been the representative of someone who has such an interest
2) the person’s spouse, relatives by blood or marriage in ascending or descending line or side line as close as siblings, children or other closely related have a particular personal or financial interest in the outcome or are representative of someone who has such an interest or
3) in other circumstances which are apt to raise doubts about his complete impartiality.

Paragraph. 2. The one for which any of the paragraphs. 1 above situations occur, must immediately inform the Complaints Board President.

Paragraph. 3. Complaints Board President decides whether a person caused by the preceding paragraph. 1 can not participate in any proceedings.

§ 7 Complaints Board President organizes Commission and the secretariat work.

Filing of complaint

§ 8 Complaints may be filed by anyone who has an individual and substantial interest in the outcome, and of DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster.

Paragraph. 2. Appeals from decisions of DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster shall be submitted within 4 weeks from the decision is announced complaints.

Paragraph. 3. If the appellant wishes to challenge a domain name registration, filed the complaint against it, according to DK Hostmaster’s Whois database appears as registrant of the domain name. Complaint concerns a dispute between a registrant and DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster or a decision by DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster pursuant to § 11 paragraph. 3 of the Law on Internet domain names, filed the complaint against DIFO and / or DK Hostmaster.

Paragraph. 4. While lodging a complaint must be paid an appeal fee. The appeal fee is DKK 500 If the complainant’s interest in the domain name primarily for non-commercial nature, constitute the appeal fee, however DKK 150th A complaint made only during the treatment when the appeal fee is paid.

Paragraph. 5. Complaint lodged with the Complaints Secretariat on paper or electronically. Address information for submission of statement of claim and payment made for the appeal fee shown in the homepage address www.domaeneklager.dk.Appeal may decide to appeal and responses must be made using special forms prepared by the Board.

Paragraph. 6. The language of the Review Board is Danish. Documents are drafted in foreign languages must be accompanied by a translation that, when board chairman or other party so requests must be confirmed by a translator. Complaints Board President may authorize any party to produce process substance that is written in languages other than Danish, whose contents are likely to be readily understandable to both the other party as the Appeal Board. The President’s decision may be appealed to the Board.

Paragraph. 7. Pending between the parties before the courts on the right of the domain name, or brings a party to such proceedings, the Tribunal may dismiss or stay proceedings. The Board shall dismiss the case if it concerns a dispute covered by a valid arbitration agreement. This does not apply if respondent corresponding to the proceedings without invoking the arbitration agreement.

Casework

§ 9 Complaints by the receipt of a complaint to the Secretariat DK Hostmaster of the pending proceedings for the domain name by the Board, why the domain name while the case is pending, can only be transferred to third parties with the approval of DIFO director.

Paragraph. 2. The Secretariat will review the complaint upon its receipt. Is it, see § 2, no doubt that the matter can not be processed by the Board, the Secretariat complainant and give reasons to the complainant of this decision. The complainant also made aware that the decision will be brought before the Appeal Board if the applicant submits a request. Referral made by the Secretariat measure.

Paragraph. 3. If a complaint under paragraph. 2, refunded the appeal fee to the complainant, and DK Hostmaster informed of the rejection.

§ 10 Is the Board competent to hear the appeal or can not be denied that the Board has jurisdiction, the Secretariat prepares complaint. The Secretariat shall including – at no extra cost to complaints – complaints put in a queue on DK Hostmaster’s waiting list for the domain name, cf. 5.3.1 of the General Conditions. This does not complains about suspension of domain names.

Paragraph. 2. The Secretariat shall inform the defendant of the complaint, accompanied by all received material on this except that which is without doubt the defendant is aware, with the request promptly, within 2 weeks from receipt to make a statement.Defendant’s comments must then be submitted to the complainant to the opinion by a corresponding response time. Complainant’s rejoinder submitted to the respondent in the same way. Is it obvious that the defendant’s answer and the complainant’s rejoinder does not contain new information or the estimates and that its contents not in doubt is the other party is aware, the secretariat can not present the response to the defendant.

Paragraph. 3. Complaints Board President or his delegate, may, if circumstances warrant it, decide that the paragraph. 2, the limits to be extended to obtain further information for the decision or the case be delayed for a decision in another case pending before a court or an administrative body, regarding a legal matters affecting the outcome.

Paragraph. 4. Has anyone other than the complainant and the respondent a direct and substantial interest in the dispute, dragons Secretariat ensure that the person or question submitted to the data and given the opportunity to make a statement within a reasonable period for response before the matter is submitted to the Board.

§ 11 The Secretariat may seek matter settled between the parties. Conciliation may take maximum of 4 weeks. Secretariat’s mediation efforts carried out under confidentiality.

§ 12 Secretariat concludes the case if the complainant withdraws his complaint or the conclusion of conciliation between the parties. Cases that have not been completed in this manner provided by the Secretariat for consideration by the Board when the secretariat treatment is completed, see in particular § § 10 and 11

Proceedings of Board

§ 13 Review Board is quorate when three board members – or their alternates – participates in the decision. In cases involving non-commercial users or non-commercial registrants, or matters of principle required in addition that the Board has been endorsed by two members representing consumer and business interests, or their alternates. Complaints have not been a quorum at a meeting due to decay at a board member considered board for a quorum if the absent board member subsequently endorses the board’s decision, even if on a written basis.

§ 14 Appeal decisions made at meetings and on the basis of the Secretariat provided.It is required by at least two members or the President so decides, the matter may be exposed to through the Secretariat to obtain further information from the parties.

Paragraph. 2. Appeal decisions are made after a legal and professional assessment of the facts by a simple majority vote.

Paragraph. 3. Is a party statements of fact unclear or incomplete, or fails to rule on the counterparty’s statements on these issues or to comply with the counterparty or Complaints appeals, the Board by the assessment of evidence attributing this effect to the benefit of the counterparty.

§ 15 Board president, in cases where no help consumer and business representatives, determine that the case be resolved in writing. The case sent in this case to the three board members who will participate in board decision, with a secretariat drawn setting.The President shall determine the period within which the vote of each member shall be given and voting order. Required for two members that the matter be discussed orally, or the President so requires, subject matter normal part of treatment.

§ 16 Appeal may in special cases upon request of either party or of its own motion summon the parties to a hearing. If the complainant without asking lawfully excused absent from such a procedure or fail to provide the information requested by the Board, the Board may dismiss the case or deal with it on this basis. If the respondent fails to appear or fails to provide the information requested by the Board, the Board may also hear the case on this basis.

§ 17 Complaints Board President shall decide the time and place for holding the board meeting and preside at Board meetings. Board meetings are not public.

Paragraph. 2. Members / alternates must attend a board meeting shall normally be convened at least 2 weeks notice. This period may be waived if special circumstances make it necessary. If a member is unable to attend, this may soon be communicated to the Board Secretariat.

Paragraph. 3. Board President may decide that cases that are not deemed to give rise to doubts, determined by simplified therapy session. The case will be issued in this case to members with a draft decision and may be required only discussed at the meeting if any member shall notify the secretariat in advance so that where possible within 3 working days before the scheduled meeting.

§ 18 The cases presented at the Board meeting verbally on the basis of the already released material from the Secretariat leader or a person authorized to do so.Secretariat members have access to non-voting participation in the deliberations.

Paragraph. 2. Complaints can mediate settlement of the case.

§ 19 The meeting kept a protocol approved by the board chairman. The protocol should include the date and list of attendees. Furthermore, the protocol include an adequate identification of the cases were treated at the meeting and their decision.Mindretalsvota the vote added to the protocol.

Paragraph. 2. Transcript of the minutes sent following the meeting, board members, but not the parties.

Making of Appeal decisions

§ 20 Complaints must be in writing orders. Orders must be accompanied by reasons and be signed by the President. If a decision is based on a majority decision, this must be the minority’s request stated in the decision and the minority can in order justify its position. There is a 4-week eksekutionsfrist from the dating of the Board’s decisions, unless the Board decides otherwise.

Paragraph. 2. The parties and DK Hostmaster informed as soon as possible about the decision. The parties must be informed about the rules for appeal to the judiciary.Complaints may prepare a standard form for this.

Paragraph. 3. Matter is brought before the Board by a court or an arbitration court of transmission, the board’s secretariat immediately send a copy of the warrant to the court (tribunal).

§ 21 Appeal decisions shall be published from the board’s website (domaeneklager.dk) and via DIFO website (difo.dk). Complaints Board decides whether disclosure should respect the defendant’s potential desire for confidentiality of personally identifiable data, cf. 9 of the General Conditions.

§ 22 Each year before the first February produced a report on its activities during the previous year. The report sent to DIFO.

Cost

§ 23 Apart from the complainant’s payment of the application fee, proceedings before the Complaints Board did not impose costs on stakeholders.

Paragraph. 2. Taking Complaints complainant’s claim in whole or in part, or conciliate the matter on terms thereof shall be refunded the appeal fee to the complainant.

Judicial review

§ 24 Appeal decisions are binding and can not appeal to any administrative authority pursuant to § 16 paragraph. 1 of the Law on Internet domain names.

Paragraph. 2. Appeal decision to appeal within 8 weeks after the decision was announced that pursuant to § 16 paragraph. 2 of the Law on Internet domain names.

Paragraph. 3. Earns a respondent board’s decision to the courts, may Complaints attribute referral suspensive effect if the respondent before the Board the decision designated time for executing the decision gives Complaints Secretariat informed of the referral attached the necessary documentation that referrals have been made. Appeal may, in other cases, confer a court proceedings standstill, if circumstances warrant it.

Resumption

§ 25 The President may decide that a case in which the Board took the decision to resume, if the request is made within 8 weeks after the decision was communicated to him. Reopening may occur only if special reasons, especially in cases of:

1) legally absence of a party that has not manifested itself in the matter, or
2) new information which – had it been complaints reading – is likely to have caused a different outcome.

Legal Force of Appeal Decision

§ 26 Appeal Decision does not preclude either party on a new basis can lodge a complaint with the Board on the same domain name.

Confidentiality

§ 27 Complaints Board members and Secretariat employees have with the exception of information that is publicly available, the confidentiality of what is obtained in complaints processing.

Copenhagen on the first September 2009

On behalf of the Board for Domain Names

Complaints Board for Domain Names
Kalvebod Brygge 43, 4th floor, 1560 Copenhagen V.

Translation of the form itself (8 flipping pages)  Use as refference though. The site can be easilly translated by a third party app.

Danish to English translation

Complaints Board for Domain Names
Kalvebod Brygge 43, 4th floor, 1560 Copenhagen V.
Phone: 33 36 11 00 – Fax: 33 36 21 00
E-mail: sekretariat@domaeneklager.dk
_________________
Instructions and complaint form
Complaints Board for Domain Names is an independent complaints board established by the Minister for Science,
technology and development with the mission to deal with disputes about rights to registered domain names
under the Danish. com domain, and disputes between a registrant of a domain and DK
Hostmaster / DIFO. Complaints Board has statutory authority in § 13 paragraph. 1 of the Act on Internet Domains
specifically allocated to Denmark .. Appeal Board operates independently of DIFO / DK Hostmaster and
Minister and sets its own rules.
Guide
1. Board composition.
Complaints Board consists of three members with alternates, each appointed by the Minister of Science
for a four year period. The President and his deputy shall be judge or
Supreme Court judge. The other two members and their alternates shall be documented theoretical
or practical expertise, including expertise in name and trademark rights.
For treatment of cases involving non-commercial users or registrants, and by
handling cases of fundamental importance to Appeal upheld by two members
representing consumer and business interests. Chairperson of the Board decides
when there is a matter of principle.
2. Board’s remit.
The Board may appeal disputes between registrants and third parties on the merits of a
domain name registration and disputes between registrants and DK Hostmaster / DIFO.
Complaints may be filed by anyone who has an individual and substantial interest in the outcome, and of
DK Hostmaster / DIFO.
Appeal to rule whether the registration of a domain to be maintained, withdrawn
suspended or transferred to the complainant or the complainant identified natural or legal person.
Complaints can also confirm, cancel, modify or remit a decision of the UK
Hostmaster / DIFO. Complaints can not decide on compensation, consideration or
compensation.
3. Complaints.
Complaints submitted to the Board will need to fill the Complaints complaint form and submit
this and appropriate documentation to the Board via email. Do not you have the opportunity to submit objections
and Annex via email, please material sent by ordinary mail in 4 copies. Any
Annex to the plaintiff liters (marked) with numbers and the respondent liters in letters.For reasons
to these proceedings, it is important to the case and its facts are described as fully and accurately as
possible, and it is important that all information, where possible, supported by
presentation of such copy of trademark registration certificate, business registration certificate
name or registration certificate. Does the Complaints Secretariat that your complaint is not
adequacy of the complaint will be returned with the request that the complaint has deepened. A complaint will
therefore only be booted when the Board received a comprehensive review.
Complaints Board for Domain Names
__________
There may be inspiration for designing the complaint in the Complaints previous decisions which may
found on the Complaints website www.domaeneklager.dk. You can search in the Complaints
Decision database under one or more topics that correspond to the subject of your case.
While the complaint is lodged shall, for each domain to which the complaint relates to payment of a
appeal fee of £ 500.00 – £ 150.00 however, if the complaint filed by a non-commercial third party
or registrant appeal fee shall be payable to the Complaints account, reg. No. 2191 – Item No.
3492605858 stating the disputed domain name. The complaint made only during treatment,
when the appeal fee is paid. Fee is refunded if the application is rejected by the Secretariat, because
case falls outside the Board’s jurisdiction and in cases where the Board takes
complainant’s claim wholly or partly upheld.
4. Filling in the complaint form
Complaints complaint form is prepared for complaints by a third over the merits of a
domain name registration and contains seven sections on information that is essential
the board’s treatment of such a complaint. These sections will be commented below.
4.1. The complaint concerning the following domain names
This section must state the domain name of the complaint concerned. If the complaint concerns more
domain names and they are the same registrant who has registered domain names, the complainants brought together
in one statement of claim. In such cases, all domain names that appeal is concerned, given in this
section.
If you wish to complain about multiple domain name registrations and registrations made by
different registrants must be reviewed for each registrant who filed grievances.
4.2. The complainant
In this section, the complainant’s name, address, email address, phone number etc..reported.
If the complainant is a legal person, the form (A / S, ApS, Association, etc.), time of
formation of the legal person and legal person’s objectives. This information must be accompanied by
a transcript from the Commerce and Companies Agency.
4.3. The respondent (defendant)
This section should contain information on the registrant’s name, address, etc.. Which is in DK Hostmaster
Whois database during www.dk-hostmaster.dk.
If the respondent is anonymous in Whois database, please remitted with this provision.
Complaints will then obtain registration information with DK Hostmaster.
If you think it is different than that listed as registrant of DK Hostmaster Whoisdatabase,
is the actual registrant of the domain name, that person must be recorded with the
registrant listed in the Whois database. Please then in facts and
pleas explain why you think that that is the actual registrant of
domain name.
2
Complaints Board for Domain Names
__________
4.4. Allegation (specify what is intended to achieve the complaint)
As stated above under point 2 on the Board remit the Board may – if the total or
partially upheld the appeal – only decide that the registration of a domain must
withdrawn, suspended or transferred to someone other than the registrant.
The claim should only include a requirement that a decision on deletion, suspension
and / or transfer of the disputed domain name.
4.5. Facts (describe the facts and the development)
This section outlines all the information relevant to the board’s handling of the case, including
· What the disputed domain name to be used for,
· About They are professionals and, where appropriate,
o what you are doing business with,
o when you started this business,
o if you have special characteristics rights, including trademark rights to the
disputed domain name and, if so, what rights
o what use they made of the sign when you started
use and the use thereafter has been continuous,
o if you lodge the complaint as a distributor or the like on behalf of a supplier who
have special rights to the domain name, because you, if necessary, provide
Evidence that you have authority to appeal on behalf of the
supplier
· About domain name primarily to private – not commercial – meaning for you
and if so,
o if you have special rights to the disputed domain name, including special
Name Rights
· About you have no knowledge of the respondent, including whether they have special relationships with
respondent, and if so explain this,
· About you have had any correspondence with the respondent on the issue
domain and where appropriate refer the correspondence
· What respondent has so far made use of the disputed domain name.
It is noted that the list is indicative and not exhaustive and that it is your job as a party to
proceedings to have obtained all the information necessary for the Board’s handling of the case
since Complaints decision in principle taken in light of the information
provided by the parties. It can not be expected that the Board obtains information
carry out additional studies or similar as part of the case.
3
Complaints Board for Domain Names
__________
All information should generally substantiated by receipts and attach them to appeal to
be of some importance in deciding the case. Eg. may be an indication that you have a
mark documented by the attached copy of registration certificate for the mark, or
if the mark is established at commissioning, this could be sought and evidenced by explaining
application period and provide examples of actual use of the mark. Similar
the information regarding defendant’s improper use of the domain name if possible documented
for example through printouts from the website under the disputed domain name.
In this connection it is important to note that the Board of
assessment of evidence likely to attribute the effect to the benefit of the counterparty, if your statements
concerning the facts are unclear or incomplete, or if you have failed to
to give an opposing party statements or fail to comply with the counterparty or
Complaints invitations to submit details of the case.
If you as a distributor or similar support your complaint to a special right belonging to a supplier,
manufacturer or third person must provide documentation for those rights.
Additionally, the presentation of evidence that you have authority to reprimand respondent
registration of the disputed domain name, just to be presented evidence that the
authorized to obtain the domain name transferred to you if you claim for this.
4.6. Grounds (grounds for the complaint / allegation)
In this section you should explain why you think you should uphold the complaint.
These relate for example. be that the defendant’s registration and / or use of the disputed
domain is in breach of:
1. Domain Code § 12 paragraph. 1.
2. Legislation on protection of personal names, etc. (Eg copy of personal name certificate should be enclosed).
3. Company law etc. (Copy of company registration certificate should be enclosed).
4. Marketing Code § 18 – the rule of trade dress (there please explain the right to
business feature).
5. Trademark Legislation:
– Trademark Rights established through service (proof should be enclosed).
– Trademark Rights established through registration (trademark registration should be enclosed).
6. Other.
4
Complaints Board for Domain Names
__________
As stated above, all information substantiated by receipts and attach them to appeal to
be of some importance in deciding the case.
They are encouraged to read one or more of the board’s previous decision and thereby be inspired to
formulate your arguments, see above under point. 3.
4.7. Appendix
As stated above, all data base demonstrated by producing
Annex to be of some importance in deciding the case.
This section establishes a list of documents produced by indicating what it
annex in question consists of.
Annex to the plaintiff liters (marked) consecutively numbered. They attach such a
trademark registration and a screen print attached to the complaint, they liters respectively
“Annex 1” and “Annex 2”.
The list of Annexes should then indicate the following:
Annex 1: Trademark Registration
Annex 2: Screen Printing
You submitting a written – a reply – after receiving the defendant’s answer, the annexes to this
font liters sequentially compared to the annex attached to the complaint, as an annex to a document, you
, filed after his reply, the liter sequentially in relation to documents in the reply. In
above example, attached to a reply so liters as “Annex 3,” “Annex 4” etc.
The Board has not p.t. prepared a special complaint form for use in cases where the complaint filed against
or by DK Hostmaster / DIFO. In such cases the complaint may be lodged without complaint form.
The complaint must also in these cases contain an adequate statement of complaints and the complainant’s allegation
and by the respondent and the domain name registration under appeal. The complaint must also
be complemented by a comprehensive presentation attached appropriate documentation and must
reasons why the complainant believes that there should be rectified in the complaint.The complaint must
also contain a list of Annexes and Annexes shall be liter of numbers.
5. Proceedings.
Once the complaint form is received and the appeal fee paid must transmit the Board complaint with Annex
to the respondent who is asked to comment on the complaint. Obtained respondent with
comments submitted to the complainant, who can comment on them, after which respondent
given the opportunity to submit a rejoinder. Following correspondence between the parties are released
case to the Board for decision.
The case submitted to the board on a written basis, unless the Board decides
otherwise. One can not therefore generally lead witnesses or orally explain the matter to
Appeal.
5
Complaints Board for Domain Names
__________
Appeal decision in writing to the parties and forwarded to DK Hostmaster with
for possible execution. After the parties are informed of the decision, made public
decision of the Complaints website www.domaeneklager.dk.
As an alternative to a decision may seek board’s secretariat matter settled.
An appeal will be canceled if registration of the disputed domain name is terminated, while
appeal is pending, eg. by the registrant’s failure to pay the annual user charge. If
appeal lapses, the appeal fee be refunded. Terminate the registration at issue,
it follows by DK Hostmaster general terms that the domain name will automatically be offered the
where applicable, the top placed on DK Hostmaster’s waiting list. Complainants will be under
Complaints preparatory proceedings be registered on this waiting list, cf. 5 paragraph.3, in
The framework, which can be viewed at www.dk-hostmaster.dk.
Appeal decision is binding and can not appeal to any administrative authority, as
Domain Act § 16,. 1. Either party may, however, within 8 weeks from the decision date
to institute a complaints board’s decision to the courts by an action against the other Party as
Domain Act § 16,. 2. Where a decision of the respondent before the courts before
execution deadline set in the decision, will the referral at the request of respondent without
automatically be granted a suspensive effect. Appeal to the courts after the
deadline, but within 8 weeks from the decision date, the respondent may apply to the Board that
referral suspensive effect of the Domain Act § 16,. 3.
As long as there is no court decision or settlement, which reaches a different conclusion, and
respondent has not brought a board decision to the courts in accordance with the
mentioned above, DK Hostmaster will execute the decision when the decision execution deadline
expires.
Board members are subject to standard disqualification rules, and Board decisions are taken after
a legal and professional assessment of the facts by a simple majority. Complaints
and Board staff to secrecy.
Investigation of a complaint will in most cases be completed in 4 months.
Please refer to the Complaints Procedure, available at www.domaeneklager.dk.
6
Complaints Board for Domain Names
__________
COMPLAINT FORM
The complaint concerning the following domain names, cf. 4.1. in the complainant’s Guide:
The complainant, cf. 4.2. in the complainant’s Guide:
Name:
Address:
Tel.:
Fax:
E-mail:
If the complainant is a legal person, the form (A / S, ApS, Association, etc.), time of
formation of the legal person and legal person’s objectives: _______________
The respondent (defendant), cf. 4.3. in the complainant’s Guide:
Name:
Address:
Tel.:
Fax:
E-mail:
If the respondent is a legal person, indicate the form (A / S, ApS Association
etc. ):_______________
If the respondent is anonymous, please remitted with this provision. Complaints will then
appropriate, obtain registration information with DK Hostmaster.
Allegation (specify what is intended to achieve the complaint), cf. 4.4. in the complainant’s Guide:
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
Facts (describe the facts and the development), cf. 4.5. in the complainant’s Guide:
_______________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
Complaints Board for Domain Names
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
Grounds (grounds for the complaint / allegation), cf. 4.6. in the complainant’s Guide:
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
Date: _____________ ___________________________________________________________
The complainant’s signature (not required if the complaint be forwarded via email)
Appendix, cf. 4.7. in the complainant’s Guide:
Annexes please liter (checked) consecutively numbered (Annex 1, Annex 2, etc.):
8


Post to Twitter

One Response to How to backorder a .DK

  1. thanks for the ping !

2 Responses in other blogs/articles

  1. […] How to backorder a .DK « PrincessKate.com […]

  2. discount medical supplies…

    […]How to backorder a .DK | Rogue Domaining[…]…

Leave a Reply to wargy Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*