On 26 March, the NGPC approved specifications 13 for the new gTLD registration, as well as an additional clause authorizing it. Trademark registration operators designate up to three iCANN-accredited filers to serve as exclusive recorders for their TLDs. The NGPC invited GNSO to comment on the compliance of this clause with the GNSO`s policy recommendations. On 9 May, GNSO addressed its comments in a letter to Cherine Chalaby, President of the NGPC: applicants should demonstrate, to ICANN`s justified satisfaction, that it is working fervently and in good faith to complete the necessary steps to adhere to the registry contract. Applicants receiving an extension must meet the deadlines for the interim milestone on the basis of the activities to be carried out. All applicants who have received an extension must execute the registration agreement or risk losing the authorization to execute the registration contract with ICANN within an extended period of time. In addition, applicants who do not meet the deadlines for the preliminary stage may lose the right to execute the registration contract with ICANN. If an applicant loses permission to execute the registration contract with ICANN, the status of its application is changed to „Do Not Prosecute.“ The first registry agreements signed for the TLDs of ICANN`s new expansion program were presented and signed at ICANN 47 in Durban. The four agreements have been signed for IDNs. They were: the Code of Conduct for Registration Operators is a set of guidelines for registry operators regarding certain limited registry transactions. All registry operators are subject to the Code of Conduct, unless ICANN grants a waiver to the registry operator. In order to qualify for a derogation from the code of conduct, the TLD must not be a „generic chain“ (as defined in Section 3 d) of the specifications 11) and the following criteria must be met: the registration agreement is a general formal document drawn up by ICANN, its advice and advice and the Community in general.
It was written to formalize a relationship between the designated TLD registry and iCANN. The document sets out the rights, obligations and other conditions that the index must submit to in order to become a registry operator.  5. Sales Certificate: This scenario only applies to bank auction items. Most of the time, bidders have a lot of confusion about real estate registration in the case of a bank auction process. Let me make it clear that in the event of a bank auction, the Deed Conveyance or Sale Deed are not registered in the sub-register. In this case, the sales certificate issued by the bank is registered in the sub-register. It is signed by the designated banker and authorized at the time of registration. As soon as an applicant has the right to start concluding the contract, ICANN informs the applicant of the primary contact via the naming services portal. Notifications are sent via the prioritization number. The application contains an CIR form that asks for certain information necessary to prepare the RA. It is important that applicants complete the CIR form after notification and submit it immediately to avoid the absence of the 9-month deadline for the execution of a registration contract.