In the event that a dispute arises over a domain name, the name in question needs to be blocked. This is required to prevent the current holder from changing crucial data. As timing is very important, OpenRegistry Software includes a simple interface for the ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) provider that allows him to place the disputed name on hold and in use again according to the outcome of the deliberation.
Furthermore, if a complaint is launched against your domain name, you can permit the ADR supplier to log in and suspend any transactions on the name until the process is complete. When the dispute is resolved, the ADR supplier can either remove the suspension or force a transfer according to the applicable rules and procedures of the UDRP.