[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-172 Additional definition for NRPM Section 2 - Legacy Resources

Lindsey, Marc mlindsey at lb3law.com
Tue Jun 5 15:06:19 EDT 2012


I support creating a definition in the NRPM of legacy resources so that future policy proposals can properly acknowledge and address the distinction between the bundle of rights associated with legacy numbers and the specifically defined contract rights attributable to non-legacy resources.

I would , however, suggest some revisions to the definition as proposed.  The revised definition is as follows:


A legacy resource is an IPv4 address or Autonomous System Number that (a) was issued to an entity (other than a Regional Internet Registry) or individual (the "original legacy holder") prior to ARIN's inception on Dec 22, 1997 either by an organization authorized by the United States to perform the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority ("IANA") functions or an Internet Registry, and (b) has not been returned to a Regional Internet Registry under a binding written agreement between the original legacy holder (or its legal successor or assign) and the RIR for subsequent allocation and assignment in accordance with such RIR's number resource policies and membership (or service) agreements.

Marc Lindsey
Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP
2001 L Street, NW Suite 900
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 857-2564
Email: mlindsey at lb3law.com<mailto:adelgado at lb3law.com>
Website: www.lb3law.com

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