Difference between URDP and INDRP

The following differences can be identified between URDP and INDRP





Deals with disputes registered and used in the .in domain

Deals with disputes arising out of the all registered domain names


INDRP does not lay down circumstances when the domain name will be cancelled, transferred or changed

URDP lays down three circumstances when domain name will be cancelled, transferred or changed- 

  1. Order of court, arbitrator or tribunal of competent jurisdiction

  2. Decision of administrative panel to which registrant was a party

  3. Written or any appropriate instructions from registrant or his authorised agent to take such actions

Resolution Process

Appointment of arbitrator by the .IN Registry from the lists of arbitrator to conduct the resolution proceedings

The complainant can select the provider who will administer the proceedings

Applicable Law

Arbitration and Conciliation Act,1996

The Rules of Procedure governs the process of initiating and conducting disputes.

Fees Payable

All fees incurred by virtue of the disputes are payable by the Complainant

If the Administrative Panel is expanded, then, all the cost arising out of the dispute would be split evenly between the parties

Appeals and Submissions

No such provisions are laid down.

The parties are allowed to submit the dispute before Court of Competent Jurisdiction