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Requirements for registration of domain in Lebanon (.com.lb domains)



Requirements:

1. Application Form (can be submitted by email)

2. Copy of the Lebanese trademark registration certificate in class 35
*Copy Required by mail. If not available, trademark registration can be provided by our company upon your request


3. Authorization letter: duly notarized and legalized by the Lebanese Consulate (Original required by mail)
*If the applicant does not have a legal local presence in Lebanon

4. Power of Attorney: notarized and legalized (Original Required by mail)
*The Power of Attorney document is not required if the applicant holds a trademark registration in class 35 in Lebanon




Second Level Domains:

.com.lb

commercial purposes

.edu.lb

academic institutions

.org.lb

non-for-profit organizations

.net.lb

ISPs use

.gov.lb

governmental bodies

 

 

Process time upon receipt of documents:

  • 1 week

 

Charges:

 

Description

AED

USD

Domain name search

275

75

Domain name registration (1 year)

660

180

Domain name renewal (domain expires when Trademark expires)

660

180

Domain name modification

275

75

Recordal of assignment against a domain name

275

75




Important Note:
 

 

*To register a domain name in the Lebanese Domain Registry LB-DOM, it is mandatory to trademark the exact domain name that the applicant is requesting at the Lebanese IP Protection Office under class 35. The trademark certificate should reflect the exact domain name in Latin characters, covering the internet advertising and use in class 35. For (XYZ.com.lb), the trademark "XYZ" should be registered.

*The company owning the domain name must has a legal local presence in Lebanon,practicing in Lebanon, and has a number in the commercial registry. If this condition is not available, then the only way to achieve registration is by a specific authorization to register the Domain Name in the name of a local legal entity this would be our firm.




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