In Property Renaissance Limited v Titanic Trademark Limited (Decision of the hearing officer, acting for the controller, October 26 2016), Property Renaissance Limited (‘the applicant’) sought revocation of the word mark TITANIC QUARTER (Irish Trademark No 214878), registered in the name of Titanic Trademark Limited (‘the proprietor’) in Classes 36, 41 and 42 of the Nice Classification, on the basis that the mark had not been put to genuine use in Ireland.

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