The end user must comply with the current RIPE rules, which are relevant to end-users, published on www.ripe.net, current documents available in the RIPE Document Store and which may be changed from time to time by the community, in accordance with the RIPE policy process. 1. Calls on THE NCC RIPE to take appropriate steps to transfer the registration of legacy Internet resources from the register [INSERT RIR] to the receiving party in the RIPE registry, and to proceed with any other related updates in the RIPE database based on the information provided for that application. 2.1 Until the end of the transmission, Internet number resources are covered by the RIPE rules and, as such, the proposing party is responsible for their compliance. The end user understands and accepts that the assignment does not confer on the end user a right of ownership or transferable rights with respect to independent internet number resources. The end user may not cede, delegate, subpose or authorize any other third party to transfer the resources allocated to him for independent Internet numbers as a result of LIR`s requests under this agreement. Please use this transfer agreement model (.doc or .pdf). If the Internet number resources are transferred to a non-member, the receiving party must apply to be a member by signing a standard RIPE NCC service agreement before the transfer (more information about the member is available). If the receiving party refuses to do so, the RIPE NCC does not transfer the resources of the Internet number. The NCC RIPE provides the presentation of the delegation contract that each party can submit to the NCC RIPE. Local Internet Registration (LIR) in the RIPE region may require independent internet resources from the NCC RIPE to enable end-users to be used on their internal networks in accordance with the applicable RIPE guidelines for the allocation of independent internet numbering resources to end-users (www.ripe.net). This agreement sets out the conditions under which the LIR asks the end user to allocate the NCC RIPE independent internet number resource and maintain this allocation for the duration of the agreement. Upon receipt of the request for an agreement, the ITA sends the end user two copies of the agreement, duly signed by an LIR agent.
Please return a signed copy of this contract as well as a copy of an excerpt from the trade register or an equivalent document attesting to the recording of the end user`s activities with national authorities. If the end-user transaction is not registered and is not registered, the end user must attach a photocopy of a valid ID card. 7.6 At the end of the agreement, the LIR asks the RIPE NCC to remove the entry of the RIPE database for resources allocated under this agreement for independent Internet numbers and asks the NCC to take steps to revoke the reverse RIPE DNS for independent internet number resources. In addition, the end user understands and accepts that the ITA and the NCC RIPE can take all other necessary steps to ensure that independent internet number resources can be reallocated to other end-users. If, for any reason, a member transfers its Internet number resources to a third party, this transmission must be reported to the NCC RIPE for approval. In order for the transfer to be processed, one of the parties must apply to the NCC RIPE: these checks apply to each transfer request to ensure that the authority of the undersigned remains valid.