[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-175 Delete Section 8.2
john.sweeting at twcable.com
Wed Jun 20 10:44:15 EDT 2012
Just wanted to inform you that Chris Grundeman (Primary) and David Farmer
(Secondary) have been assigned as shepherds for your proposal. They should
be contacting you soon. Thank you for your participation in the ARIN
Policy Development Process.
John - AC Chair
On 6/20/12 9:12 AM, "ARIN" <info at arin.net> wrote:
>ARIN-prop-175 Delete Section 8.2
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>ARIN-prop-175 Delete Section 8.2
>Proposal Originator: Harrison Grundy
>Proposal Version: 1
>Date: 20 June 2012
>Proposal Type: Modify
>Policy Term: Permanent
>Delete section 8.2, and renumber section 8.3 to 8.2,
>Add language to the new Section 8.2 (Transfers to Specified Recipients):
>"ARIN will provisionally update the registry to reflect the transfer
>request initiated by the resource holder pending ARIN's approval or
>rejection of the transfer. If the transfer is rejected, ARIN will update
>the registry to reflect the original resource holder."
>Transfers due to mergers and acquisitions should follow the same process
>as any directed transfer. Current language in the NRPM is silent on the
>status of those resources as it relates to RSAs, while requiring that
>the number resources of the merged organisations comply with ARIN's
>policies. This situation is needlessly confusing, and serves only to
>create a legal grey area for these resources.
>There is also no clear delineation on when an entity may elect to
>perform an 8.2 transfer over an 8.3 transfer, beyond the requirement
>that "the new entity has acquired assets that used the transferred
>resources from the current registrant". Purchasing a single router from
>an entity should not magically transform what is otherwise a transfer to
>a specified recipient into a special transfer that does not carry the
>requirements of an 8.3 transfer. The text of 8.2 would also appear to
>preclude transferring resources that are not currently in use.
>This policy proposal serves to homogenise transfer requirements so that
>there is one simple method of transfer, regardless of the business
>circumstances surrounding that transaction.
>By immediately updating the registry upon receiving a request,
>renumbering pain as part of M&A transactions will only occur where the
>resources will not be used for their already approved purpose.
>Timetable for implementation: Immediate
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