Phouchg, on 01 November 2012 - 19:27, said:
NICs of certain countries (.ca and .ee come to mind, there's many more) do have restrictions - like, for residents only, for registered companies only and/or various third-level rules.
.co.uk doesn't have any restrictions, though.
The UK's SLD do have restrictions.
You can register a UK domain as a personal site and opt out of providing your registered details in the whois information for the domain. However, if you're a charity, business or sole trader you're required to provide a UK registered VAT or business number and the whois information must contain the registered business address.
Also, UK businesses who trade online must provide full address for contacting on their website.