WIPO Domain Name Dispute Resolution Service for .MX

Country / Territory Code

.MX

Country / Territory Name

Mexico

Whois Search

Whois Search

Dispute Resolution Policy

Variation of UDRP

Disputes Resolution Policy on . MX Domain Names (LDRP)

Relevant differences between the UDRP and the LDRP

Whereas the UDRP is limited to the protection of trademark rights, under the LDRP a complainant may rely on a registered trademark or service mark, slogans (“aviso comercial registrado”), designation of origin, or reservation of rights on which the complainant has rights

It is sufficient to prove that either registration or use of the domain name by the registrant is in bad faith, whereas the UDRP requires the complainant to prove both

Courts of Mexico

Spanish

The complaint shall be submitted electronically by email and in hardcopy in four (4) sets together with the original of such submission

Procedural Rules

Regulation of disputes resolution policy for .MX domain names (the Regulation)

WIPO Supplemental Rules

WIPO Model Pleadings

WIPO Model Complaint

WIPO Model Response

Fees

Schedule of Fees

WIPO Experts

WIPO Experts

Domain Registry

http://www.iana.org/root-whois/mx.htm http://www.registry.mx/

http://www.registry.mx/?lng=en

Registration Agreement

Text of Agreement

Eligibility Criteria

Registration of .MX domain names is unrestricted. Restrictions apply to some third level domain names

Supported characters

.MX domain names support ASCII characters

Decisions

Decisions


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