File a CDRP Complaint

To help you file a successful CDRP Complaint, we have compiled a non-exhaustive list of important aspects of the CDRP administrative proceeding. Please review our Guide to Filing a CDRP Complaint. There are two ways to file a Complaint, through our online platform (please proceed with the form below), alternatively, please download and fill out the CDRP Complaint Form (EN) or CDRP Complaint Form (FR), then return it via email to resolution@ciidrc.org. A Complaint must be submitted in searchable PDF format.

By submitting this Complaint to CIIDRC the Complainant hereby agrees to abide and be bound by the provisions of the Policy and the Resolution Rules.

COMPLAINT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CIRA DOMAIN NAME DISPUTE RESOLUTION POLICY

This Complaint is submitted for decision in accordance with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the “Policy”) and the CIRA Domain Name Dispute Resolution Rules (the “Resolution Rules”).

TAKE NOTICE that the Complainant seeks resolution of a dispute which has arisen between the Complainant and the Registrant concerning the registration of domain name(s).

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Complaint Information

The Complainant information.

UDRP Rule 3(b)(ii): Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone and telefax numbers of the Complainant.

UDRP Rule 3(b)(ii):

Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone and telefax numbers of the Complainant and of any representative authorized to act for the Complainant in the administrative proceeding.

Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone number of the Complainant.
Note: All information provided through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties of the Dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Note: All information provided through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties of the Dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Provide the Full Name of the Complainant. This information will be shared publicly on any published Disputes.

Optional Company Name of the Complainant

Name of the Complainant's Contact Person

Provide a contact email address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Respondent(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC and ICANN.

Provide a contact email address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Provide additional Email Addresses for the Complainant

Additional Email Address of the Complainant

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Provide a contact phone number, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Respondent(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC and ICANN.

Provide a contact phone number, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Provide a contact mailing address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Respondent(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC and ICANN.

Provide a contact mailing address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

A list of generic top-level domains (gTLDs) subject to the UDRP can be found here

A list of country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) subject to the UDRP can be found here

If your Domain Names TLD (Top Level Domain) isn't listed in the above generic top-level domains (gTLDs) or country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) lists then it is not covered under the UDRP rules. CIIDRC cannot process a complaint for a Domain Name not covered by UDRP. To avoid a filing fee please do not proceed further.

UDRP Rule 3(b)(vi): The following domain name(s) is/are the subject of this Complaint

UDRP Rule 3(b)(vi):

Specify the domain name(s) that is/are the subject of the complaint.

A list of generic top-level domains (gTLDs) subject to the UDRP can be found here

A list of country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) subject to the UDRP can be found here

If your Domain Names TLD (Top Level Domain) isn't listed in the above generic top-level domains (gTLDs) or country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) lists then it is not covered under the UDRP rules. CIIDRC cannot process a complaint for a Domain Name not covered by UDRP. To avoid a filing fee please do not proceed further.

Provide a Domain Name for this Dispute Case

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Indicate if the Respondent/Registrant information is known.

Respondent Information

Registrant Information

The Respondent information.

UDRP Rule 3(b)(v): Provide the name of the Respondent (domain-name holder) and all information (including any postal and e-mail addresses and telephone and telefax numbers)

UDRP Rule 3(b)(v):

Provide the name of the Respondent (domain-name holder) and all information (including any postal and e-mail addresses and telephone and telefax numbers) known to Complainant regarding how to contact Respondent or any representative of Respondent, including contact information based on pre-complaint dealings, in sufficient detail to allow the Provider to send the complaint as described in Paragraph 2(a)

Paragraph 2(a): When forwarding a complaint, including any annexes, electronically to the Respondent, it shall be the Provider’s responsibility to employ reasonably available means calculated to achieve actual notice to Respondent. Achieving actual notice, or employing the following measures to do so, shall discharge this responsibility.

Resolution Rule 3.2(d): Provide the name of the Registrant (domain-name holder) and all information (including any postal and e-mail addresses and telephone numbers)

Resolution Rule 3.2(d):

Provide all Registration Information known to the Complainant (including the name of the Registrant and all postal and e-mail addresses and telephone and facsimile numbers where available) for contacting the Registrant or any representative of the Registrant, including contact information based on pre-Complaint dealings, in sufficient detail to allow the Provider to send the Complaint to the Registrant pursuant to paragraph 2.1;

UDRP Rule 5(c)(ii): Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone and telefax numbers of the Respondent (domain-name holder)

UDRP Rule 5(c)(ii):

Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone and telefax numbers of the Respondent (domain-name holder) and of any representative authorized to act for the Respondent in the administrative proceeding

UDRP Rule 5(c)(ii): Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone and telefax numbers of the Respondent (domain-name holder)

UDRP Rule 5(c)(ii):

Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone and telefax numbers of the Respondent (domain-name holder) and of any representative authorized to act for the Respondent in the administrative proceeding

Resolution Rule 5.1: Provide the name, postal and e-mail addresses, and the telephone number of the Respondent (domain-name holder).

Resolution Rule 5.1:

Within twenty (20) days of the Date of Commencement of the Proceeding, the Registrant shall respond to the Complaint by filing with the Provider a Response in accordance with the Policy and the Resolution Rules.

Note: All information provided through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties of the Dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Respondent(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC and ICANN.

Note: All information provided through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties of the Dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Provide the Full Name of the Registrant. This information will be shared publicly on any published Disputes.

Optional Company Name of the Respondent

Name of the Respondent's Contact Person

Provide a contact email address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Respondent(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC and ICANN.

Provide a contact email address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Provide additional Email Addresses for the Respondent

Additional Email Address of the Respondent

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Provide a contact phone number, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Respondent(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC and ICANN.

Provide a contact phone number, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Provide a contact mailing address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the UDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Respondent(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC and ICANN.

Provide a contact mailing address, this information will be shared with all Parties of the dispute.

Parties:

The information shared through the CDRP process will be available to all Parties. These Parties include the Complainant(s), Registrant(s), Registrar(s), Panelist(s), CIIDRC.

Provide Additional Respondents and any of the Respondent’s Authorized Representatives, if known:
Provide Additional Registrants and any of the Registrant’s Authorized Representatives, if known: