.nc Domains Dispute & Policy
ARTICLE 25 - ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURES FOR RESOLVING DISPUTES
ARTICLE 26 - VOLUNTARY TRANSMISSION OF DOMAIN NAME
ARTICLE 27 - FORCED TRANSMISSION OF DOMAIN NAME
- After notification to OP T-NC, through a bailiff, by the most diligent party, of a court order benefitting from the provisional execution of right pursuant to Article 514 of the new code of civil procedure and justification of the notification as part of this decision;cpr144449003101
- after notification to OP T-NC, through a bailiff, by the most diligent party, of a court order, accompanied by the provisional execution in the sense of Article 515 of the new code of civil procedure and justification of the notification as part of this decision and on the presentation of a potential collateralisation ordered by the judge pursuant to Article 517 of the new code of civil procedure;
- after notification to OPT-NC, through a bailiff, by the most diligent party, of a court order invested with the force res judicata in the sense of Article 500 of the new code of civil procedure which will be justified. This justification can for example be constituted, according to the case, either by the communication of a non-recoursecertificate, or by the communication of a judgement call.
In the hypothesis when a legal ruling or a decision taken as part of an alternative procedure for resolving disputes is reformed, OPT-NC proceeds under the same conditions for the implementation of the new administrative acts ordered.
OPT-NC cannot act on requests that do not comply with the conditions and cannot, because of the strict neutrality which must be upheld, be held responsible by the sending of letters, summonses or copies of assignations.
Administrative acts taken by OPT-NC in pursuance of a court decision cannot incur liability for any reason whatsoever, the plaintiff guaranteeing it against any recourse.
• That the new holder benefitting from the rendered decision carries out all the procedures with OPT-NC;
The technical and administrative fees associated with a forced transmission being his responsibility, the new holder makes a case for their eventual recovery from the former holder.