AGIP has no legal obligation to screen requested domain names in order to determine whether the use of a domain name by the applicant may infringe upon the right(s) of a third party. Consequently, granting a request to register a domain name is conditioned upon the applicant's acceptance of the following provisions:
The applicant shall bear the responsibility of obtaining legal permission to use the domain name which means that the use or registration of the domain name by him shall not interfere with or infringe upon the right of any third party in any jurisdiction with respect to trademark, trade name, company name, or any other intellectual property right. And it is the applicant's responsibility to secure a trade name or such to protect his right to the chosen name.
1. The applicant shall agree that the domain name will be used only by him and that it is not registered for the purpose of letting other entities use it whether by selling, renting or just giving it away for free. Doing so shall result in an immediate revocation of all domains owned by the violating party.
2. The applicant shall certify that, to the best of his knowledge, the domain name is not being registered for any activities/purposes prohibited by the Saudi law.
3. The applicant shall certify that all information contained in the submitted Official Letter and Application Form are complete, correct, true and accurate.
4. The applicant shall agree to inform AGIP of any changes, amendments or corrections to the information provided in the Application Form as soon as such changes, amendments or corrections occur.
5. Any notices and notifications required to be given under this regulation by AGIP to the applicant will be deemed to have been given if delivered in accordance with the provided contact information.
6. The applicant shall be aware of that the information provided to AGIP in relation to a domain name such as the Registrant's name, telephone number, facsimile number, e-mail address and other contact persons' details will be publicly accessible