What name can I register?
Registering a domain name is deemed abusive if they satisfy the following conditions:
a. That domain name is identical or confusingly similar to a trade or service on which the complainant has rights or a name by which the claimant is recognized.
b. That the assignee of the domain name has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the domain name, and
c. That domain name has been registered and used in bad faith.
The occurrence of any of the following circumstances, without stating it is exhaustive, will serve to demonstrate and prove the bad faith of the disputed domain assignee:
a. Circumstances exist which indicate that it has registered the domain name primarily for the purpose of selling, leasing or otherwise transferring the domain name registration to the complainant or his competence, excessive value on the direct costs relating to its registration, with the complainant the owner of the trademark or service,
b. You have registered the domain name with intent to prevent the owner of the product or service mark from reflecting the mark in a corresponding domain name, provided it has been established by the assignee of the domain name, this pattern of behavior .
c. You have registered the domain name in cpr144449003101 order to disrupt or affect prominent business competition.
d. That using the domain name, the assignee of this, has attempted to attract for-profit Internet users to its website or other online location by creating confusion with the complainant's mark.
Notwithstanding the provisions above, the occurrence of any of the following circumstances, without stating it is exhaustive, will serve to demonstrate and prove that the disputed domain assignee has not acted in bad faith:
a. That the domain assignee demonstrates that it is using, or making preparations to use, with real intent to deliver goods or services under that name,
b. That the assignee of the domain name is commonly known by that name, but not the holder of a trademark under that name, and
c. That the assignee is making a legitimate noncommercial use of the domain ("fair use"), without attempting to obtain commercial gain or to mislead consumers.
If the result of the mediation and arbitration in respect of an application for revocation is favorable to the claimant, Chile NIC will transfer the domain to the latter, which must meet the mapping requirements, that is, payment of the fee and shipping of the relevant documentation within 30 days. If this is not done, the domain will be deleted.