[arin-ppml] Nanog IPV4 Panel Discussion and 8.3 transfers
andrew.dul at quark.net
Fri Feb 10 13:38:39 EST 2012
On 2/10/2012 10:04 AM, Joe Maimon wrote:
> Perhaps you can share the reasoning you have that causes you to
> believe that the courts would desire to enforce a contract between A
> and B on party C's property.
Legacy holder A sells zzz.yyy.0.0/16 to Party B for $1,000,000,
agreed on 3/1/2012
ARIN registers zzz.yyy.0.0/20 to B on 4/1/2012 since B can only justify
Since A still has rights to the rest of the /16 it decides to sell
another block to C
Legacy holder A sells zzz.yyy.128.0/17 to Party C for $2,000,000
agreed on 1/1/2013
ARIN registers zzz.yyy.128.0/17 to Party C on 2/1/2013
Party B sues Party A & C, ARIN etc... for breach of contract since it
purchased the rights to zzz.yyy.0.0/16 on 3/1/2012
The courts decide who wins and who loses...
Hope this helps explain the issues.
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