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A registrant is obliged to provide to the registrar all data requested by the registrar for providing the registration service.

  • To provide accurate data in the application.
  • Not to violate legal acts or rights of third parties by the registration and usage of a domain name (e.g. violation of trade mark laws);
  • To ensure that the administrative contact and the technical contact agree to fulfil their respective duties;
  • To follow in good faith the Domain Regulation of the .ee domain and the instructions issued by the EIF;
  • A registrant must ensure the technical conditions for receiving a domain name;
  • A registrant must provide all data and documents requested by the registrar for identity verification.
NOTE! The registrar must ensure that all requirements of an application have been met by the registrant.

Potential problems:
  • A registrant does not provide accurate data? It must be presumed that the data submitted by a registrant are accurate;
  • A registrant provided inaccurate data? If it comes to the attention of the registrar or the EIF that a registrant has provided inaccurate data (e.g. a misspelled name), the registrant or a representative of the registrant has to correct the mistake. Otherwise, the EIF may suspend the domain;
  • If it comes to the attention of the registrar or the EIF that a registrant has provided false data (e.g. the Business Registry code, personal ID code or date of birth is incorrect), the data cannot be corrected in the registry of the EIF, therefore a domain deletion procedure must be initiated;
  • It is up to the registrar to remember that checking the accuracy of the personal data of the registrant is directly related to the registrar's obligation to verify identity and establish intent.
Related topics:
Suspension and Deletion of a Domain Name by the EIF
Identity Verification
Signing an Application
Updating Contact Information

Related sections in the Domain Regulation: 4 with all subsections.