South African Institute of Intellectual Property Law © 2016
CASES & DECISIONS
|ZA2016-00248||TIMES MEDIA (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED vs. MALKHAZ KAPANADZE|
| timeslives.co.za - Pending
|ZA2016-00247||THE TRUSTEES FOR THE TIME BEING OF THE NELSON MANDELA FOUNDATION TRUST vs. RICKI ALLEMANN|
| rememberingmadiba.co.za - Pending
|ZA2016-00246||BROTHER INTERNATIONAL SA (PTY) LTD vs. ROBTRADE 6 CC|
| brotheronline.co.za - Pending
brothersales.co.za - Pending
|ZA2016-00245||KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS, INC vs. MALKHAZ KAPANADZE|
| kfclistens.co.za - Pending
|ZA2016-00244||INTEX MARKETING LTD vs. DEWAN HATTINGH|
intexpools.co.za - Transfer
|ZA2016-00243||WORLD SPORTS BETTING (PTY) LTD vs. DAYNI|
worldsportsbet.co.za - Transfer
|ZA2016-00241||DISCOVERY LIMITED vs. FNBEASY|
dicovery.co.za - Transfer
|ZA2016-00240||VERIZON TRADE MARK SERVICES LLC vs. PRIVEN REDDY|
verizondigital.co.za - Transfer
|ZA2016-00239||CARDINAL ASSOCIATES, INC vs. JOHN FORTE|
optimsm.co.za - Transfer
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(1) An adjudicator must decide a dispute in accordance with the principles of law, on the basis of the Dispute, Response, and Reply, if any, and further statements or documents submitted in accordance with these Regulations.
(2) The Adjudicator must forward its Decision on the dispute to the provider within 14 days of its appointment under regulation 20.
(3) The Decision must be in writing, provide the reasons on which it is based, indicate the date on which it was rendered and identify the name of the Adjudicator.
(4) If three adjudicators consider a Dispute, the consentient views of at least two adjudicators shall constitute the Decision.
(5) If one Adjudicator has a dissentient view, such view should also accompany the Decision.
(6) Decisions and dissentient views must comply with the guidelines as to length set forth in the provider's supplementary procedure.
The possible decisions pursuant to a Dispute before an adjudicator are limited to -
(a) in the case of abusive registrations the refusal of the Dispute or the transfer of the disputed domain name to the Complainant;
(b) in the case of offensive registrations the refusal of the Dispute or the deletion and prohibition of the domain name from future registration;
(c) a refusal of the Dispute as the Dispute constitutes reverse domain name hijacking.
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