CEOE Business Education: Property Law Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The main federal laws concerning trademark infringement can be found in:

Question 2 2. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

Question 3 3. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

Question 5 5. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following statements best describes a 'Tenancy at will?'

Question 7 7. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 8 8. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 9 9. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

Question 10 10. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

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Question 11 11. Sometimes the government can take a person's property. This power is granted through the:

Question 12 12. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

Question 13 13. A legal document that transfers ownership of real property from one party to another is known as what?

Question 14 14. Copyright infringement is a:

Question 15 15. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

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Question 16 16. Which type of deed transfers the ownership interest the seller has in the property, but does not promise, warrant, or guarantee that interest?

Question 17 17. Lucille comes up with an innovative way to market to her clients. This business secret is likely something that can be protected by:

Question 18 18. Jenna wants to sue Jill for patent infringement. Jenna should file her case in:

Question 19 19. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

Question 20 20. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

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Question 21 21. The process, or method, in which the government takes a person's property is known as

Question 22 22. Which of the following is NOT an example of real property?

Question 23 23. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

Question 24 24. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 25 25. Which of the following is NOT an example of tangible property?

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Question 26 26. Generally, information can be considered a trade secret only if:

Question 27 27. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Question 28 28. Charlie owns an apartment that is located above Curt's drug store. Charlie is allowed to use the stairs in the drug store to get to his apartment. Charlie holds:

Question 29 29. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Question 30 30. What is meant by patent pending?

CEOE Business Education: Property Law Chapter Exam Instructions

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