1. Where an international registration is based on a basic application or basic registration relating to a collective mark, certification mark or guarantee mark, the international registration designating the Union shall be dealt with as an EU collective mark or as an EU certification mark, whichever is applicable.
2. The holder of the international registration shall submit the regulations governing the use of the mark, as provided for in Articles 75 and 84, directly to the Office within two months of the date on which the International Bureau notifies the international registration to the Office.
3. The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 208 specifying the details of the procedure concerning international registrations based on a basic application or basic registration relating to a collective mark, certification mark or guarantee mark.