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04. Definitions

    1. In these terms:

      applicant

       

      a person who applies to become registrant of a domain name

      auDA

       

      .au Domain Administration Limited ACN 079 009 340

      auDA terms

       

      has the meaning given by clause 63

      domain name licence

       

      a licence to use a domain name

      (domain name) licence terms

       

      the terms and conditions on which a domain name is licensed

      dotbiz

       

      a domain name that ends in .biz

      dotcom

       

      a domain name that ends in .com

      dotinfo

       

      a domain name that ends in .info

      dotnet

       

      a domain name that ends in .net

      dotorg

       

      a domain name that ends in .org

      European domain name

       

      a domain name that ends in .de, .nl, .be, .it or .ru

      Global Top Level Domain or gTLD

       

      a domain name that ends in .com, .net, .org, .info or .biz

      ICANN

       

      Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers

      member

       

      a person who registers with us as a member and receives a membership ID from us

      Primus

       

      Primus Telecommunications Pty Ltd ABN 69 071 191 396

      published policies

       

      those specifications and policies established and published by auDA from time to time in accordance with its constitution, and can be found at auDA's web site at www.auda.org.au/policies/policy-index/

      registrant

       

      the current licensee of a domain name

      registrar

       

      us

      registrar of record

       

      has the meaning given by clause 3

      registration agreement

       

      has the meaning given by clause 3

      registration fee

       

      our current charge in respect of a domain name registration as at the time of application

      registration term

       

      the period that a domain name licence lasts for

      registry operator

       

      the entity that issues domain name licences (directly or through a representative) and / or operates the registry for a domain name

      registry requirement

       

      has the meaning given by clause 6

      renewal fee

       

      our current charge in respect of a domain name registration renewal as at the time of renewal

      transfer

       

      a member to member transfer or a transfer in or a transfer out or a registrar transfer in or a registrar transfer out

      we, us, etc

       

      Primus Telecommunications Pty Ltd ABN 69 071 191 396 of 3/438 Collins Street Melbourne Victoria 3000 Australia trading under a number of business names and through resellers and other agents.

      you

       

      a person who asks us to provide them with any of our services as registrar

    2. A word or phrase that is hyperlinked (in the online version of these terms) to another page or document refers to that page or document.
    3. Other rules of interpretation:
      1. If an expression is defined in the dictionary in clause 4, that is what it means.
      2. If an expression is defined in the dictionary, grammatical derivatives of that expression have a corresponding meaning. (For instance, if 'to colour' means 'to paint red', then 'coloured' means 'painted red')
      3. Headings are only for convenience. They are to be ignored when interpreting these terms, except insofar as they indicate the number of a clause.
      4. A schedule to a document is part of that document.
      5. A reference to the singular includes the plural and vice versa.
      6. Where one thing is said to include one or more other things, it is not limited to those other things.
      7. There is no significance in the use of gender-specific language.
      8. A 'person' includes any entity which can sue and be sued.
      9. A 'person' includes any legal successor to or representative of that person.
      10. A reference to a law includes any amendment or replacement of that law.
      11. Anything that is unenforceable must be read down, to the point of severance if necessary.
      12. Anything we can do, we may do through an appropriately authorised representative.

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