EURID Registrar Agreement.
Article 2.4: All applicant registrars are required to indicate the languages they support… The Registrar warrants that it shall make available terms and conditions of service, set out services and prices and provide customer support in the languages indicated… if the registrar fails to provide such services in one or more of the indicated languages… such failure will constitute a material breach of this Agreement.
Article 3: EURID will register any grant the right to use any domain name… if the application is in line with the applicable terms and conditions of the registration agreement.
Article 4: Registration Agreement. The Registrar must guarantee that the Holder has accepted the registration agreement applicable when the application is made.
During the Registration process, the Registrar will always submit (including but not limited to any submission in the WHOIS database) the data of the end user who made the initial request for the registration of the domain name(s) concerned and not its own data.
Article 15.6: The Registrar has the obligation to communicate to EURID the exact reference of the part of its website where referral is made to the Domain Name registration.
Section 5: A request for Registration of a domain name will only be considered complete when, through a Registrar, the Registrant provides the Registry with at least the following information:
(ii) address and country within the community
The Registry is entitled to reject a request for Domain Name Registration or to revoke a domain name for which the Registrant has provided incomplete or inaccurate information.
.EU DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
“Application” – means a complete, technically correct request for a domain name registration submitted to the Registry, which complies with all the requirements provided for in the Registration Guidelines.
Section 4: The Registrant represents and warrants that:
2. All information provided to the Registry during the domain name registration process is true, complete and accurate.
EUROPEAN COMMISSION REGULATION NO 874/2004 of 28 April 2004
3. Accreditation of registrars should be carried out by the Registry following a procedure that ensures fair and open competition between Registrars. (as in Article 4e of EC REG 733/2002 of 22nd April 2002)
4. Registrars should only accept applications for the registration of domain names filed after their accreditation.
Article 4: The procedure for the accreditation of registrars shall be determined by the Registry… and shall ensure effective and fair conditions of competition.
Article 5: A registrar who receives more than one registration request for the same name shall forward those requests to the Registry in the chronological order in which they were received.
Only applications received after the date of accreditation shall be forwarded to the Registry.
Article 6: The Commission shall be assisted by the Communications Committee established by Article 22 (1) of Directive 2002/21/EC