Good question.my question;
parking is considered a liability in an INDRP case.
now some parking companies offer website like features with revenue earning opportunities.(a.k.a. noom**.com for instance)
for such a free webhosting (if i may call it that) ,with enough content .will a site @ such a company constitue parking or is that at par with a paid webhosting company!
So should i go in for using n*** or h**gator to put it in words!!
I'm sure that it happened; but it happens in all domain land rushes.
I'm not sure I can ask this though!
If it's not too late:
1. The complainant agrees in advance to the arbitrator's decision, but the respondent does not, so if the respondent ends up disagreeing with the final decision or there were violations of the rules of procedure by the any of the other parties (complainant, arbitrator, or registry)- what is the appeal process?
2. What action does nixi take if the rules of procedure are clearly violated by any of the parties?
3. Where in the rules of procedure or the arbitration act does it state the guidelines for assessing fees or costs to the respondent? How are these costs measured?
4. If an arbitrator accuses a respondent of being a cyber squatter, does this affect any of the respondent's Indian domain names other than the name involved in the dispute?