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12 July 2006


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ccNSO Application (.al)

  • To: ccnso-applications@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: ccNSO Application (.al)
  • From: applications@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 07:52:16 -0700

                        Application for Membership
          Country Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO)

To: ccNSO Membership
    c/o ICANN Secretary
Date:   10 March 2004
Regarding: ccNSO Membership

With this letter, I declare that YLLI  PULAJ is the ccTLD manager
(as defined in the ICANN bylaws, Article IX(4)(1)*) for the .al
domain, and that I am authorized to sign this application for membership
to the ccNSO on behalf of YLLI  PULAJ.

YLLI  PULAJ hereby recognizes the role of the ccNSO within the ICANN
structure, and agrees, for the duration of its membership in the ccNSO

    (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 and C of the ICANN bylaws found at; 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)).

This form is submitted by  being the ccTLD manager or
a person duly authorized by the ccTLD manager to apply for membership
on behalf of the ccTLD manager.


Name of ccTLD Manager: YLLI  PULAJ
Contact Address:
Telecommunication Regulatory Authority, Rreshit Collaku, Nr.43 Tirane, Albania
Telephone Number: ++355 4 257368
E-Mail: ypulaj@xxxxxxxxxx

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

Contact Address:

Telephone Number:

*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

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