ELIGIBILITY AND ALLOCATION RULES FOR COM.AU
The .COM.AU 2LD is for commercial purposes
To be eligible for a domain name in the com.au 2LD, registrants must be:
- an Australian registered company; or
- trading under a registered business name in any Australian State or Territory; or
- an Australian partnership or sole trader;
- a foreign company licensed to trade in Australia; or
- an owner of an Australian Registered Trade Mark; or
- an applicant for an Australian Registered Trade Mark ; or
- an association incorporated in any Australian State or Territory; or
- an Australian commercial statutory body.
Domain names in the com.au 2LD must:
- exactly match:
- the registrant's company, business, trading, association or statutory body name; or
- the words comprising the registrantŐs Australian Registered Trade Mark or application for an Australian Registered Trade Mark; or
- be an acronym or abbreviation of (1) or (2) above ; or
- be otherwise closely and substantially connected to the registrant, because the domain name refers to.
- a product that the registrant manufactures or sells; or
- a service that the registrant provides; or
- an event that the registrant organises or sponsors; or
- an activity that the registrant facilitates, teaches or trains; or
- a venue that the registrant operates; or
- a profession that the registrant's employees practise.
Published: 8 May 2002 by auDA - auDA is the regulatory body and policy authority for the .AU domain.
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