Reply to post: Re: So should nominet

Attention all British .eu owners: Buy dotcom domains and prepare to sue, says UK govt

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Re: So should nominet

> If you entered a contract in which you were required to be part, for example, of the EEA to enter into it, and then you leave the EEA, it's not the same if you modify the contract rules later.

Is this legal advice? I just ask since all I learned was that conditions to enter were never the same as the conditions for being kicked out unless clear statements were made to that effect. Indubitably membership was required to get a .eu domain. That certainly does not automatically mean leaving means all domains will lapse. This would go against all principles of legal certainty.

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