WIPO Domain Name Dispute Resolution Service for .UA

[***In consultation with the .UA Registry, the Center has determined that it is not in a position to accept new .UA filings under the .UA Policy until further notice.***]

[*** The .UA Policy is  presently applicable to .UA second-level domain name registrations and to .COM.UA third-level domain name registrations. As of May 6, 2021 the .UA Policy will apply to the following third-level domain name registrations: .KYIV.UA, .KIEV.UA, .IVANO-FRANKIVSK.UA, .IF.UA, .POLTAVA.UA, .PL.UA, .UZHGOROD.UA, and .UZ.UA. ***]

Country / Territory Code


Country / Territory Name


Whois Search

Whois Search

Dispute Resolution Policy

Variation of UDRP

.UA Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
(in effect as of May 6, 2021)

Relevant differences between the UDRP and the .UA Policy

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

Courts of Ukraine

English, Russian or Ukrainian

Procedural Rules

Variation of UDRP

Rules for .UA Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy

WIPO Supplemental Rules for .UA Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy

WIPO Model Pleadings

WIPO Model Complaint

WIPO Model Response


Schedule of Fees

WIPO Experts

WIPO Experts

Domain Registry



Registration Agreement

Text of Agreement

List of .UA Registrars


Eligibility Criteria

Registration of .UA domain names is restricted

In the event of a transfer of the disputed domain name to the Complainant, the Complainant needs to meet the eligibility criteria for registration of second-level domain names (both at the time of filing the Complaint and at the time of the implementation of the decision) in accordance with paragraph 3.3 of the Policy on particulars of registration of second-level private domain names in the .UA domain. Alternatively, the Complainant may request the cancellation of the disputed domain name as the remedy in the Complaint.

Supported characters

.UA domain names support ASCII characters



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