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Username: LegalEagle
Date/Time: Wed, January 30, 2002 at 10:21 AM GMT
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Subject: Non-Priority Challenges


You've effectively answered your own question when you say that the challenges of the non-priority challengers are deemed terminated if they are not re-challenged by the set deadline.

If the non-priority challengers had not reissued their challenge again (in this case by the deadline of 26 December 2001) and the new registrant (previously successful challenger) be challenged by Afilias/WIPO and not successfully defend their registration, then I would imagine the name would be re-released to the general pool, not made avaialable to the challenger who was previously next in line. 


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