Trade mark registration denied because while the registration of an earlier identical mark had been revoked, the effective date of revocation was from the date of the application for revocation and there was still a residual period of validity of the revoked mark which would have overlapped with the period of validity of the applied for mark resulting in a period of time where two identical marks would have been on the trade mark register for the same class.
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