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3.3 Where there are two or more applicants for same second-level domain name within each of Group, a bidding will be conducted to allocate these second-level domain names.
3.4 All individuals and entities are eligible to apply for second level ‘.sg’ domain name. Foreign-based registrants have to appoint a local administrative contact or register through their local office.Secura is providing automatically local administrative contact.
4.1 The restrictions on types of domain names to be registered are same as 3rd level domain names specifically: (a) Names, which contain certain words such as “Temasek”, “Singapore”, “Singapura” and its variation, “Singapore Government” or “President” or any other words that can mislead people to think there is link to Government; Names, which contains “SGNIC”, “NIC” and its variations; Names, which are obscene, scandalous, indecent or contrary to law, or morality (e.g. “sex” or any connotations with sex or any sex-related activities); (b) Names, which are geographical names or names of countries (e.g. Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, etc.); (c) Abbreviated names (either on their own or in combination with other characters) of existing generic top-level domain name (gTLDs) (i.e. .com, .org, .net, edu, .gov, .per, .aero, .coop, .biz, .info, .museum, .name and .pro) and any other gTLDs created or to be created by ICANN in future; Names, such as “www”, “http”, “https” or “http-www”; Names, which are similar or identical to domain names registered under other domain name space and which SGNIC deems undesirable; and Names, which consist of all numerals.
5.1 ALLOCATION RESULTS SGNIC does not guarantee that all applicants will get a second-level domain name based on their current corresponding identical third level domain name registered with SGNIC even if applicants apply correctly and on time. This is either because another applicant with a higher priority may have also applied for same secondlevel domain name or second-level domain name applied for has been reserved by SGNIC not to be available to general public.
6. OBJECTION PERIOD 6.1 An objection period of [14 calendar days] is provided for public to raise objections 6.2 A person raising an objection to an allocation result shall provide evidence that second-level domain name allocated by SGNIC during Sunrise Period did not comply with Guidelines.
6.3 All disputes in relation to second-level domain names (except disputes arising from allocation results announced during Sunrise Period) will be dealt with in accordance with Singapore Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, Rules and Supplemental Rules (“Dispute Resolution Policy”) referred to in Registrant Agreement regardless of when second-level domain name was registered. All applicants shall not commence any court proceedings or administrative proceedings under Dispute Resolution Policy during objection period or if person had filed an objection with SGNIC.
7. GENERAL LAUNCH Applications from public on first-come-first-served basis will commenced on 3 Jan 2005. The pre-registation at https://www.domainregistry.de/sg-domain.html starts on 14 August 2004.
Hans-Peter Oswald https://www.domainregistry.de/sg-domain.html
CEO ICANN Registrar Secura https://www.domainregistry.de/sg-domain.html