How does the 120 day no-activation period under the New gTLD Collision Occurrence Management Plan factor into Sunrise Periods?

Under the New gTLD Collision Occurrence Management Plan, no domain names may be activated in a TLD until 120 days after the Registry Agreement for the TLD is signed. It is possible that a Sunrise Period may commence prior to the expiration of this 120 day period. In this situation, Sunrise Registrations may be registered or Allocated to Sunrise Eligible Rights Holders during the Sunrise Period, but cannot be activated until the 120
day period has expired. The same prohibition on activation would also apply to any Qualified Launch Program or Approved Launch Program.

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