The registry has published the .IN Dispute Resolution Policy (INDRP). It has been formulated in line with internationally accepted guidelines, and with the relevant provisions of the Indian IT Act 2000. There are two documents that all parties in a dispute should read carefully:
- The .IN Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (INDRP). This document explains what types of disputes can be brought, and the criteria that will be considered by the arbitrators.
- INDRP Rules of Procedure. These Rules describe how to file a complaint, how to respond to a complaint, the fees, communications, and the other procedures that will be used.
To file a complaint, please follow the instructions in the INDRP Rules of Procedure. Once NIXI has received your request, and your filing fee, it will assign an arbitrator and you will receive additional communications.
All dispute shall be subject to the jurisdiction of Delhi courts only.