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Actions that parallel exporters to the EEA and intellectual property rights holders will need to take after the transition period.

Parallel trade is the import and export of genuine intellectual property (IP) protected goods. Parallel trade occurs when the intellectual property rights in those goods are ‘exhausted’. That is, they have been placed on the market within a specific territory by, or with the permission of, the rights holder. The exhaustion of IP rights means that IP rights cannot be used to stop the further distribution or resale of those goods.

 

After 1 January 2021, there will be some changes to the exhaustion of IP rights system.

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