On Thu, May 11, 2000 at 04:00:02PM +0100, Ronan Farrell wrote:
> Oh and how close to your domain name do you need to make your
> company name?
The closer, the better. IEDR don't try to make you include the limited, but
they often want you to use all of the name. A case in point is a company for
whom I do some work, called Hot Mollies Sexual Services (it may surprise you
to hear that this is not the company's real name :-) ) They wanted to
register hotmollies.ie and it took some dancing and creative work with
Tippex on a copy of their registration cert. faxed to the IEDR before they
could register hotmollies.ie - the full company name would have been a bit
of a mouthful (excuse the Freudian slip)
It also seems to me that IEDR operates in a very Irish way i.e. that the
rules are applied differently to different people (the case of placenames
was already mentioned).
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