Prior to expiration, you must
notify the registered name holder of the expiration at least two
times. The first time approximately one month prior to expiration
(26-35 days prior to expiration is considered compliant) and a final
time approximately one week prior to expiration (4-10 days prior to
expiration is considered compliant).
Notifications of expiration may
be presented in one or more languages, but must be provided at least
in the language of the registration agreement you have with the
registerered name holder and must be communicated in a manner, such
as by email, that does not require affirmative action to receive the
All e-mail and communications on
paper send to the registered domain name holder must be stored for 3
years for auditing purposes.
Expiry notifications and or logs
of the notifications to the registered domain name holder for
atleast 3 years.
You must permit the registered
name holder to redeem a deleted registration during the redemption
grace period, if a redemption grace period is offered by the
You must describe on your
website (if used) the methods used to deliver pre- expiration
notifications, and your registration agreements must include either
a similar description of your notification methods or at a minimum
link to the applicable page(s) on your website where this
information is available).
You must make the renewal fees
reasonably available to registered name holders and prospective
registered name holders at the time of registration of a gTLD (at a
minimum, these fees must be included on your website and a link to
these fees must be included in your registration agreements).
Restore fees have to be reasonable.
The above is a summary of the ERRP terms. The entire ERRP
can be viewed here: