ccNSO Application (.au)

Date: 
29 August 2003

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                        Application for Membership
          Country Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO)

To: ccNSO Membership
  c/o ICANN Secretary
Date: 28 August 2003
Regarding: ccNSO Membership
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With this letter, I declare that au Domain Administration Ltd is the =
ccTLD
manager (as
defined in the ICANN bylaws, Article IX(4)(1)*) for the .au domain, and =
that
I
am authorized to sign this application for membership to the ccNSO on =
behalf
of
au Domain Administration Ltd.

au Domain Administration Ltd hereby recognizes the role of the ccNSO
within the ICANN structure, and agrees, for the duration of its =
membership
in the ccNSO to:
  (a) adhere to rules of the ccNSO, including membership rules;
  (b) adhere to ICANN bylaws as they apply to ccTLDS (Article XI and
Annexes B=20
  and C of the ICANN bylaws found at
http://www.icann.org/general/bylaws.htm); and
  (c) pay ccNSO membership fees established by the ccNSO Council.

Membership in the ccNSO is independent of any individual relationship a
ccTLD manager
has with ICANN or the ccTLD manager's receipt of IANA services. (Article
XI(4)(3)).

Sincerely,
Chris Disspain

    Name of ccTLD Manager: au Domain Administration Ltd
    Contact Address: 107 Faraday Street
Carlton
VIC 3053
Australia
    Telephone Number: +61-3-9349-4711
    E-Mail: ceo@xxxxxxxxxxx

Secondary contact information:
    Designated ccNSO representative for ccTLD (if different from above)

    Name: Chris Disspain
    Contact Address: 107 Faraday Street
Carlton, VIC 3053
Australia
    Telephone Number: +61-3-9349-4711
    E-Mail: ceo@xxxxxxxxxxx

*DEFINITION: For the purposes of membership of the ccNSO a ccTLD manager
is defined as the organization or entity responsible for managing an ISO
3166 country-code top-level domain and referred to in the IANA database
under the current heading of "Sponsoring Organization" (or any later
variant) for that country-code top-level domain.  (ICANN Bylaws Article
IX(4)(1)).=20



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