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In the case of a ".fr" registration, the following terms and conditions will apply:
(i) Representation of Registrant. .fr domain names are available for registration to companies and persons who fulfill the following criteria. As a condition of registration, you accordingly represent that you are:
(A) A legal entity:
(I) whose head office is in France; (or),
(II) which possess an address in France which is expressly listed in the public electronic databases of the registrars of the commercial courts or the National Statistical and Economic Studies Institute (INSEE), (or),
(III) State institutions or departments, local authorities or associated establishments, (or),
(IV) which own a trademark registered with the National Intellectual Property Institute or own a registered EU or international trademark which expressly includes French territory; or
(B) A natural person:
(I) of French nationality; (or),
(II) of foreign nationality who are domiciled in France; (or),
(III) who own a trademark registered with the National Intellectual Property Institute or own a registered EU or international trademark which expressly includes French territory.
(ii) Administrative Contact. Each registrant must designate an administrative contact to act as a coordinator between the Registrant and the Registry. In the case of .fr registrations, the administrative contact must be based in France where it can receive legal and other documents.
(iii) Registry Policies. You agree to be bound by the Registry's Naming Charter, its registration rules for .fr. English language translations of the Registry's documents are provided for convenience. The Registry documents may be found at: www.afnic.fr/obtenir/chartes/nommage-fr.
(iv) Domain Name Disputes. You agree that, if the registration or reservation of your domain name is challenged by a third party, you will be subject to the provisions specified by the Registry or any court of law. The current .fr dispute resolution policy and procedures can be found at http://www.afnic.fr/doc/ref/juridique/parl. You agree that in the event a domain name dispute arises with any third party, you will indemnify and hold us harmless pursuant to the terms and conditions specified by the Registry or any court of law.