1. The domain name holder (hereinafter "You") are solely responsible for ensuring the domain name is renewed.
If You fail to renew the domain name in a timely fashion, Your registration will expire,
Your rights to such domain name will terminate and the domain will be disabled so it no longer resolves on the Internet.

2. As required by ICANN, the registrant contact and the domain administrative contact will receive
expiration notifications from the registrar according to the following schedule:

a. First Pre-Expiration Notice: will be sent thirty (30) days before the expiration of the domain name;
b. Second Pre-Expiration Notice: will be sent seven (7) days before the expiration of the domain name;
c. Post-Expiration Notice: will be sent five (5) days after the expiration of the domain name.
These expiration notifications will be written (at least) in English and will be sent by email to the registrant contact
and to the domain's administrative contact. Therefore, it is very important that You keep the domain contact information up-to-dated at all times.

3. Once your registration has expired, You will only permitted to redeem a deleted registration during the Redemption Grace Period
if such Redemption Grace Period is offered by the respective Registry. Additional costs for the redemption and re-registration will apply,
in accordance with the price list published in here: Domainoverview and here:

4. We, the registrar and our resellers, shall have no liability to You or any third party in connection with the renewal or
any attempt to renew the domain name as described herein, including but not limited to any failure or errors in renewing, or attempting to renew your domain name.