The Hungarian domain name registration system is somewhat unique, since in the Hungarian namespace, there are two kinds of applications: priority and non-priority applications.
The Hungarian domain name registration system, which allows IP owners to prevent possible serious infringements, is somewhat unique, since in the Hungarian namespace, there are two kinds of applications: priority and non-priority applications.
A so-called priority application can be filed if the applicant has a trademark fully identical with the domain name applied for effective in Hungary. In this case, the application will be granted without delay.
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