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The Sunrise Period of eu-domains will have two phases: The EU Regulation stipulates that registry must make a sunrise provision at eu-domains to allow those with 'prior rights' to a name to apply for registration of eu-domains in advance of beginning general registrations. The PPR states that sunrise period (phased registration) of eu-domains will take place in two phases each lasting two months.
During phase one, public bodies and holders of registered Community or national trademarks will be able to register their names.
During phase 2 those who may register in phase 1 may register their eu-domains as well holders of other rights recognised under Community law or national law of an EU member state. Eu-domains registered during sunrise period must be an exact match for prior right claimed and documentary evidence must be supplied to proof right.
Landrush period: First comes-first serves Some weeks after Sunrise Period eu-domains goes live and general registrations of eu-domains will begin and registration of eu-domains will be done on a first come first served basis for any eu-domain not taken during sunrise period.
Hans-Peter Oswald https://www.domainregistry.de/eu.html http://www.com-domains.com https://www.domainregistry.de ------------------------------------------
CEO ICANN accredited Registrar Secura http://www.com-domains.com