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Dispute resolution under the CIRA Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
The CDRP is the administrative precedure set up by CIRA to assist individuals and businesses that meet CIRA’s Canadian Presence Requirements in obtaining quick, out-of-court and low-cost dispute resolution of bad faith registration of .CA domain names by filing a complaint under the CDRP.

CDRP Process
CDRP Rules
File a CDRP Complaint
Dispute resolution under the Uniform Domain Name Policy
The UDRP is the administrative procedure set up by ICANN for resolution of disputes that arise from abusive registrations of domain names (for example, cybersquatting).The UDRP is an effective tool for obtaining domain name rights which can be addressed by filing a complaint under the UDRP.

UDRP Process
UDRP Rules
File a UDRP Complaint

File a Complaint

For trademark holders looking to challenge ownership of domain names.

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For domain name owners whose ownership has been contested.

Respond to a Complaint

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