.CLUB Registry’s additional requirements
In general, a label will be considered for participation in the UNBS program if, in the Company’s sole and absolute discretion, the label’s acceptance would not unfairly interfere with third parties’ non-infringing activity in the .CLUB name space.
Some examples of reasons for disqualification from participation in UNBS are as follows:
- The label consists of fewer than five (5) characters.
- Acceptance of the label would cause dictionary words or common phrases to become unavailable.
- Acceptance of the label would cause premium names to become unavailable.
- Acceptance of the label would unfairly cause non-infringing domain names already registered in the .CLUB name space not to be renewable upon drop.
- Acceptance of the label would unfairly prevent marks which are registered in the USPTO to third parties to become unavailable.
- Applicant is unable to provide proof of active trademark registration in the USPTO.
- Acceptance of the label could damage the value or reputation of the .CLUB Registry.
- The label violates the .Club Registry terms and conditions.