The CEDRP (Charter Eligibility Dispute Resolution Policy) was adopted by ICM Registry with an effective date of September 1, 2011. The CEDRP applies to second-level domain names ending in .xxx and offers a mechanism of relief for parties claiming that a domain name registered in the .xxx TLD did or does not meet the registration requirements or was in violation of ICM Registry’s Sunrise A.
The CEDRP may apply to Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs).
Rules and Fees
Together, the CEDRP Policy and the
Provider’s CEDRP Rules govern disputes falling under the scope of the CEDRP.
The current fee schedule is located at CEDRP Rule 19.
Once you have familiarized yourself with the CEDRP Policy and Rules and our CEDRP Supplemental Rules, prepare your complaint or response using the model forms linked below. Once your documents and any exhibits you wish to submit are ready, you may file your complaint or response online (see the inset box above). You will create a login when you file for the first time. If you’ve filed with us before, either as a complainant or a respondent, please use your existing login information every time.
Instructions, Forms and More
Download CEDRP Model Forms: Download model Complaint forms and Response forms.
The FORUM's CEDRP Rules: These rules outline the FORUM's administration of the CEDRP, including our fees.