WIPO Domain Name Dispute Resolution Service for .PH

Country / Territory Code

.PH

Country / Territory Name

Philippines

Whois Search

Whois Search

Dispute Resolution Policy and Procedural Rules

Variation of UDRP

.PH Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (phDRP)

Relevant differences between the UDRP and the phDRP

Under the UDRP 4(c)(iii) a domain name registrant may not claim rights or legitimate interests if the registrant uses the domain “to tarnish the trademark or service mark at issue.” Such clause does not appear in the phDRP

A court jurisdiction in the Philippines, or the court jurisdiction at the location of the domain name holder, or both

The Registry will implement a panel decision to transfer or cancel a domain name after 30 business days (as opposed to 10 business days under the UDRP), if the Registry does not receive documentation from one the parties regarding a court proceeding

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

English

Procedural Rules

.PH Uniform Dispute Resolution Implementation Rules

WIPO Supplemental Rules

WIPO Model Pleadings

WIPO Model Complaint

WIPO Model Response

Fees

Schedule of Fees

Domain Registry

https://www.dot.ph/

http://www.iana.org/root-whois/ph.htm

Registration Agreement

Text of Agreement

Eligibility Criteria

Registration of .PH domain names is unrestricted

Supported characters

.PH domain names support ASCII characters

  • - may have between three and 63 characters;
  • - may include letters, numbers, and dashes;
  • - may not include dashes in the first or last positions;
  • - may not be comprised only of numbers

Decisions

Decisions


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