In general, Intellectual Property Rights (HKI)—after being registered—allow their owners to be entitled to legal protection from which exclusive rights are recognized. The registered Intellectual Right provides its owners with legal protection within their jurisdiction nationwide. The exclusive right an owner holds for a certain term of time period enables him or her to make use of it and prevents others from using it. However, the Free Trade and the Internet phenomenon may distort the exclusivity of this right beyond its physical territory, where the unscrupulous might benefit or make profit from it in an unauthorized and illegal manner. Such a condition can be anticipated by the HKI regime by exercising priority rights. The topic in this research is examined through literary study, using descriptive-analytical method. The findings suggest that exercising priority rights can secure exclusive rights of an expatriate living in a particular country.