The process of registration of a domain name before NIC Chile, is generally an expeditious procedure. However, a legal dispute may eventually arise, in case a third party considers that its rights will be affected by such registration.
If this occurs, the interested third party will have 30 days, counting from the date when the domain was registered, to start the process regarding its revocation. For such purposes, the third party must request the registration of the domain name.
It is essential to have quality legal advice, in order to evaluate the case, study alternative solutions to the conflict, negotiate with the counterpart or decide to continue with the contentious stage.
If an arbitration procedure begins, the revocator must pay the arbitration fees. This procedure is similar to an ordinary trial; a claim must be filed, response and evidence produced as each party deems necessary to support its claims, proving a better right over de domain name.
Our Lawyers will be in charge of advising and represent you before and during the trial, either as applicant or revoker. We recommend avoiding unnecessary disputes, contact us as soon as you have a concern regarding these issues.