Where an application for plant breeders' rights1 under the domestic legislation2 is made in respect of a variety3 for which the applicant has made an earlier rights application (a 'parallel application'4) under EC law5, the law of an international organisation6, or the law of a foreign country or state7, the domestic application is deemed to have been made on the date of the parallel application8. An applicant may take advantage of this provision only if:
(1) the parallel application was made in the 12 months immediately preceding the domestic application9;
(2) the applicant has not duly made such a
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