Re: [DNS] auDA media release

Re: [DNS] auDA media release

From: Ian Halson <auda§lemonstone.com.au>
Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2003 13:05:50 +1000
On Thursday, Jun 19, 2003, at 11:41 Australia/Canberra, Craig Ng wrote:

> Under the policy, auDA places the obligation on the gaining registrar 
> to obtain written authorisation.  auDA has also specifically provided 
> that resellers can't give this authorisation on behalf of the 
> registrant.  Technically speaking, however, if the registrant gives 
> its reseller a specific power of attorney to give such authorisation 
> to the gaining registrar, then this would be acceptable.  Anything 
> short of this would not be sufficient to satisfy the requirements 
> under the Policy.

Does power of attorney mean that the Reseller can then enter their 
contacts details as the Registrant Email and Contact name in the Whois 
database thereby ensuring all communications from auDA, ausRegistry or 
the Registrar would go to the reseller only, including registry key 
requests.

Would the Reseller have to give proof of power of attorney for each 
domain in question?

Ian
Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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