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First come, first served

1. Domain name licences are allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. It is not possible to

pre-register or otherwise reserve a domain name.

Registrants must be Australian

2. Domain name licences may only be allocated to a registrant who is Australian, as defined

under the eligibility and allocation rules for each 2LD.

Composition of domain names

3. Domain names must:

a) be at least 2 characters long;

b) contain only letters (a-z), numbers (0-9) and hyphens (-), or a combination of these;

c) start and end with a number or a letter, not a hyphen; and

d) not contain hyphens in the third and fourth position (eg. ab--cd.com.au).

Domain name licence renewal period

4. The domain name licence period is fixed at 2 years. It is not possible to license a domain

name for a shorter or longer period.

5. Renewal of a domain name licence at the end of the 2 year period is dependent on the

registrant continuing to meet the eligibility and allocation rules for the relevant 2LD.

Number of domain names

6. There is no restriction on the number of domain names that may be licensed by a registrant.

auDA’s Reserved List

7. auDA’s Reserved List contains names that may not be licensed. The list is available on

auDA’s website at http://www.auda.org.au

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