Registration of a ABOGADO domain name is subject to the following conditions:
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|Soluciones Corporativas IP, SL||97||12.00%|
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|Entorno Digital, S.A.||18||2.23%|
|Hosting Concepts B.V. d/b/a Registrar.eu||13||1.61%|
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A .obogado domain name is a new ccTLD for México and Latin America. .abogado is the short way to refer to this domain.
Anyone, but mainly those who work as lawyers, those studying law or generally those who want others to know that they offer legal services.
However, if you are not a lawyer it is important to understand that simply having the .abogado domain name doesn't mean that your website or business will be legal. You must respect the laws of your country and also the trademark rights of others. This domain was meant to bridge the gap between lawyers and their clients.
The National Registry of Identification Numbers and Names Information Technology is the institution in charge of the regulation. They are also called RENIEC, National Registry for Identification Numbers and Names Information Technology.
To be successful on the Internet it is essential that you have a domain name that is easy to remember. It is also very important that the domain name matches your brand, does not violate any laws and is precise.
Choose a .abogado domain name that is easy to remember, no more than 64 characters in length, divided into words or parts of words with a dash. Ensure that you are not infringing any trademark rights when registering your domain, that the name is available and that you are not using it in bad faith.
No, not at this moment. However, we recommend that you check with your local authorities to confirm if there are any restrictions on the use of this domain. SOme notable restrictions that may affect you are:
- You may not use this domain name to violate the rights of third parties, including intellectual property rights.
- You may not imply that you have authorization from any government agency or other authority when using this domain name.
- You must not use the .abogado domain for illegal purposes or for activities prohibited by law.
What's the Difference Between .com and .abogado Domain Name?
The main difference between a .com domain name and a .abogado domain name is that since this new TLD is for México and Latin America, the domain will be used more by people in these regions.
Just like most domain registration procedures, you must provide personal information and a contact phone. In addition to the documents required by ICANN (the organization that regulates Domain Name Registration Systems) you will also need an ID Number from your country of residence.
The cost is cleared by the registry. It is an annual fee (for domain renewal) and varies according to each country of residence, starting at $500 MXN pesos per year in México, for example.
Whatever the case, using a .abogado domain name is a great way to build trust and credibility on the Internet. It is also easy to remember and it helps your customers find you faster. If you are interested in obtaining more information on your specific case, please contact a local registrar.