- If an applicant for a registered Community design has
disclosed products in which the design is incorporated, or to
which it is applied, at an official or officially recognised inter
national exhibition falling within the terms of the Convention
on International Exhibitions signed in Paris on 22 November
1928 and last revised on 30 November 1972, he may, if he
files the application within a period of six months from the
date of the first disclosure of such products, claim a right of
priority from that date within the meaning of Article 43.
- An applicant who wishes to claim priority pursuant to
paragraph 1, under the conditions laid down in the imple
menting regulation, must file evidence that he has disclosed at
an exhibition the products in or to which the design is incor
porated or applied.
- An exhibition priority granted in a Member State or in a
third country does not extend the period of priority laid down
in Article 41.