If you applied for a .eu domain under sunrise one or two you may have been lucky and actually got it. On the other hand you may have received a negative response from Eurid.
If you got a negative response then you are in good company, as thousands of applications have been rejected without any proper explanation:
Dear Sir, Madame,
We regret to inform you that your application for the Domain Name xxxx.eu has been rejected.
The documentary evidence that we received did not sufficiently prove the right claimed.
However, we inform you of the possibility to initiate an ADR Proceeding against this decision on the grounds of non-compliance of that decision with the Regulations. According to the Sunrise Rules, you have forty (40) calendar days following a decision by the Registry to register or not to register a Domain Name to start
this procedure. (see Sunrise Rules, section 26)
The EURid team
So what does that mean exactly?
Your guess is as good as mine. And there’s no point hassling the registrars for more details, as Eurid don’t seem to deem it necessary to provide more details…………