.sr Domains Dispute & Policy
19.1 Any person who holds the opinion that a certain (Personal) Domain Name is in violation of the public order or against morality, has the right after inclusion of the said (Personal) Domain Name in the Register to lodge a complaint with a Suriname court or arbitration tribunal stating the reasons on which the complaint in question has been based and this in pursuance of the Arbitration Regulations for .sr-domain names.
19.2 If a Suriname court or the arbitration tribunal for the Arbitration Regulations for .sr-domain names has decided that the (Personal) Domain Name is in violation of the public order or against morality, Telesur shall deny the Domain Name Holder the use of the (Personal) Domain Name and delete the registration thereof.
19.3 By separate regulation, Telesur shall lay down the procedure and the costs for submitting to the arbitration tribunal, a complaint and the processing thereof, and this in pursuance of the Arbitration Regulations for .sr-domain names.
19.4 Telesur shall withdraw from further registration the (Personal) Domain Name as regards to which a Suriname court or Arbitration Tribunal has determined that the same is in violation of the public order or against morality.
20.1 Any person who states and proves that:
a. a Domain Name is identical cpr144449003101 or is in such manner similar to:
I. a brand or trade name protected under the laws of Suriname of which he/she is the rightful claimant, that confusion may be created or
II. a personal name registered in the Suriname Population Register or a name of a Suriname legal person under public law or a name of an association or foundation domiciled in Suriname under which he/she participates in social activities in a sustainable manner; and
b. the Domain Name Holder has no right to or a legitimate interest in the Domain Name; and
c. the Domain Name is registered or is used in bad faith, may institute against the Domain Name Holder concerned, dispute proceedings on grounds of the Arbitration Regulations for .sr-domain names in order to claim that through a Modification of the Domain Name Holder, the Domain Name is placed in his name instead of the name of the current Domain Name Holder.
20.2 Any Domain Name Holder is subject to the Arbitration Regulations for.sr-domain names and the statements made therein in case a third party by virtue of these regulations institutes against him disputes proceedings about a Domain Name registered in his name.
20.3 The Domain Name Holder undertakes in anticipation that he will accept the applicability of the laws of Suriname and the authority of the Suriname court in case a third party institutes against him judicial proceedings about a Domain Name registered in his name.