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Property Law Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What is meant by patent pending?

Question 2 2. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 3 3. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

Question 4 4. I'm a service provider and I registered my pink logo and the name Barks and Bubbles. A new business can't infringe on my . They can use something similar, but they can't use my exact name and logo, or a name and logo that are so similar to mine that a customer might be confused. If they do, I can sue for infringement and possibly collect money damages.

Question 5 5. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

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Question 6 6. 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:

Question 7 7. When a copyright expires, the work then becomes a part of the _. Works in the _ may be used by anyone and for any reason.

Question 8 8. Which type of deed transfers the ownership interest the seller has in the property, but does not promise, warrant, or guarantee that interest?

Question 9 9. Sometimes the government can take a person's property. This power is granted through the:

Question 10 10. 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:

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Question 11 11. The ability to take private property for public use after fairly compensating the private property owner is _ and the process of taking it is called .

Question 12 12. My former employee, Wilma, left to work for a competitor. She is sharing my consumer profiles and advertising strategies with her new employer. She is sharing:

Question 13 13. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

Question 14 14. Which of the following statements best describes a 'Tenancy at will?'

Question 15 15. This act is a well-known set of federal statutes geared toward protecting trademark rights.

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Question 16 16. Which of the following CANNOT be used as a trademark?

Question 17 17. I'm filing a federal lawsuit against Wash and Woof for patent infringement. I'm alleging that Wash and Woof made and is using my patented item without my authorization. Like most patent infringement suits, I'm asking the court for a(n)_ , a court order preventing the defendant from continuing to use my patented item.

Question 18 18. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

Question 19 19. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Question 20 20. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

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Question 21 21. The government can legally take a person's property, but only if:

Question 22 22. Which of these is the last step in the voluntary property transfer process?

Question 23 23.

In order to be legally executed, or finalized, a deed must:

1. Identify the buyer

2. Identify the seller

3. Identify the property using a vague description

4. Be signed by the person transferring the property

Question 24 24. For example, let's say that I grant my land as a _ to my stepsister Susie. This means that Susie can occupy, possess, and enjoy the property during her lifetime, just as if it were a fee simple. However, Susie's ownership interest in the land will automatically stop upon her death. Rather than passing to her heirs, the land will pass back to me. Or, if I'm deceased, the land will pass to my heirs. Susie can't will the property to another person.

Question 25 25. Because I own the _, I can build a cabin on my land, I can build a barn or a shed on my land, I can build myself a private road or a driveway, I can plant crops or trees on my land and many other types of activities. I'm limited only by my local zoning codes.

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Question 26 26. Copyright infringement is a:

Question 27 27. How does an injunction differ from damages?

Question 28 28. Let's say that I'm in the farming business; I own a large piece of land. On the land, I have a house, a barn, a grain silo, and a stable. These are considered:

Question 29 29. Jenna wants to sue Jill for patent infringement. Jenna should file her case in:

Question 30 30. The main federal laws concerning trademark infringement can be found in:

Property Law Chapter Exam Instructions

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