[arin-ppml] Curious about consensus
BillD at cait.wustl.edu
Tue Apr 26 19:55:51 EDT 2011
There are many things that people may do....doesn't mean it's the right thing, or that the practice might not be ultimately 'legislated' against....or for. Time will tell. The 'good' if not culturally decided is legislated.
Only the last judge decides.
From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net on behalf of Milton L Mueller
Sent: Tue 4/26/2011 6:26 PM
To: Leo Bicknell; arin-ppml at arin.net
Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Curious about consensus
> 2008-2 required a transferor to sign an RSA or LRSA _before_ they could
> release the block to ARIN for transfer. The presumption is that the
> receiver wanted a legitimate, recognized by ARIN block and thus the
> transferor had incentive to sign an RSA or LRSA first.
[Milton L Mueller]
But this is precisely my point. Everything you say here and below seems to be founded on the assumption that a transferor requires ARIN's pre-approval. Nortel has just blown that assumption out of the water. The fact that it is under bankruptcy court may strengthen its resolve not to be bothered with a transfer agreement involving ARIN, but I see no reason why _any_ legacy holder couldn't do the same thing.
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