COREhub Registration Agreement
The Registration Agreement is the agreement which governs the registration and use of all domain names managed through COREhub. All COREhub resellers (CORE members and COREhub partners) must ensure that all new registrants enter into the latest version of this Registration Agreement, as published in this website.
1. Registration Agreement (Version 3, dated 10-10-2016)
This is the current binding version of the COREhub Registration Agreement (in MSWord):
This version (Version 3) of the RA adapts to the new ICANN rules regarding domain holder changes and registrar transfers published on https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/transfer-policy-2016-06-01-en, effective on December 1st, 2016. Thus, COREhub Resellers (CORE members and COREhub partners) must have this version in place no later than December 1st, 2016.
Here you will find red-lined comparisons of this new version (V3) with the two previous versions of the agreement (V1 and V2):
2. How COREhub Resellers (CORE members and COREhub Partners) must implement the RA
» Resellers must implement the last version of the COREhub Registration Agreement (RA), including any material amendments of the RA published on this page
As per Sec. 3.5 of the COREhub Terms and Conditions (COREhub standard reseller agreement), at the time of:
COREhub resellers (CORE members and COREhub partners) must provide to the new Registrant with a copy of the latest version of the COREhub Registration Agreement as published on this web page, and must ensure that the new Registrant agrees to this agreement.
Resellers must also ensure that registrants accept any future material amendments of the Registration Agreement posted on this website.
Registrant acceptance may be either in electronic or paper form.
» Resellers must not make changes in the wording of the Registration Agreement but they may add non-conflicting additional terms and conditions (for instance, prices).
» Resellers may use a faithful translationof the Registration Agreement into their language/s of communication with the Registrants.
» Resellers may customize the “look and feel” of the Registration Agreement to adapt it to its own corporative image (by, e.g., adding its own logo, its own font typology, colors, etc)
3. Archive Versions