The IEDR, which runs the registry for the .ie ccTLD, has announced an upcoming change to its registration processes.
As of April 8th 2010 pending updates and registrations will be valid for 27 days instead of the previous 30.
What this means for registrants is that they will have 3 days less to provide the supporting documentation for a .ie registration.
In any case the change is not that significant, as even 27 days is more than enough time for most people to organise the paperwork
The only problem at present, however, is that the Irish companies’ office is, in common with most of the civil service, involved in an industrial dispute. This may lead to delays in processing new company and business regisrations.