Domain Terms and Conditions
Read the domain terms on the Hostico.net website by S.C. Awesome Projects S.R.L.
Managing domain extensions is done at the highest level of registry.
Each organization that manages a domain extension (registry) has its own operating rules. Among these, we can generally remember the following:
• Terms and conditions
• Dispute policy
• Transfer procedure
Domain registration will be done under the terms and conditions of each domain extension, terms and conditions available through the link next to each extension offered for registration in the table on this page.
Pre / post registration requirements
• additional documents
• specific technical settings for nameserver
• creating a mailbox
• rules regarding the name or content of the domain name
• Domain registration
• Domain renewal
• Transfer Fee
• Reactivation fee
• Redemption Fee (to be added to the renewal fee)
Within the same domain extension there may be different rates for some names. These domains are known as premium domains and are domains already registered by somebody, but put up for sale at much higher rates, domains comprised of 1-3 letters or domains based on very common words, defining the field of activity, such as auto, host, news, etc. Usually, the pricing of these domains is displayed when searching for availability, but the tariff may only be visible when the domain registration is attempted, therefore the real price will only be shown when the actual domain registration is attempted by Hostico, so the communication of the real price may take place only after the actual registration attempt by Hostico.
• minimum / maximum registering
• minimum / maximum renewal
• Grace period
• Redemption period
However, what should be noted, is that it is the duty of the customer to ensure that the domain he or she registers does not violate any intellectual property right. The domain owner also assumes responsibility for damages, defenses and the innocence of both Hostico and the domain / registry / domain registrar against any claim for damages, liabilities and costs that may arise as a result of domain registration. Regarding the transfer of the domain from one registrar to another (the registry delegated organization), the requests are usually not to be blocked at the registry level, and the cost of the transfer implies in most cases the renewal of the domain by one year. Also, to initiate the transfer procedure, an authorization code is obtained from the registrar from which the domain will be transferred.
The life cycle of a domain is exemplified in the following figure: :
In the grace period, the renewal of the domain does not require additional fees, but we can not guarantee this. In the redemption period, however, redemption fees will be required. Our recommendation is that the renewal fees to be paid before the due date / expiration date. The data in the following table is given for information purposes. We can not guarantee the restore of an expired domain even if the redemption fee is paid.