So as to assess the risk of .EU domain names getting confiscated, need to locate the .EU domain name Dispute policy. From JournalOnline, it looks like they have based the .EU ADR policy on Nominet's DRS policy (1) whereas the UDRP requires complainants to show that the respondent has both registered and used the domain name in bad faith, the .eu test requires only registration or use; and (2) whereas under the UDRP there must be both lack of legitimate interest and bad faith, it is sufficient under the .eu test to show either of these elements. The possibility of having a domain name transferred without the need to show bad faith on the respondent’s part, has caused some controversy. Looking at the .EU registry website although there is stuff about the fees and procedure etc, can't find the actual .EU dispute policy wording to check. Does the .EU wording have the word OR in it like the Nominet policy. Anyone able to provide the link to the actual .EU dispute policy wording.