There is no specific official legislation on country code top-level domain names. The Registration Authority (NIC) exists as a non-governmental institution with its own Procedures, Policies and Rules on the registration, maintenance and dispute related to domain names. Intellectual Property Rights have to be observed.
Country code top-level domain name: .mx
Sub-domains: .com.mx; .edu.mx; .gob.mx; .org.mx; .net.mx
Applicant: individuals and legal entities.
Restriction as to nationality: none.
Local presence: not required.
Domestic trademark right: not required for obtaining domain name registration.
Domain name can be registered as a trademark: yes.
Duration: one to five years.
Renewal/maintenance: one to five years, renewable.
Dispute about ownership: to be brought before a court.
Uniform dispute resolution procedure: available (LDRP, variation of UDRP) before WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center.
Authority name: Nic-Mexico.
Internet address: www.registry.mx