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Q&A: Do I need a real estate license to use the term “realty” in my business name?


by farlane

Question by Curious George: Do I need a real estate license to use the term “realty” in my business name?
I am a licensed lawyer and want to provide legal services in the real estate transaction business. Can I use the term “Realty” in my business name? For example, can I call my business “ABC Realty”?

Best answer:

Answer by Distractable Savant
Um….you’re a “licensed lawyer”, you want to provide legal services in real estate…..but you don’t know the answer to this question?

Hahahahaha!!….that’s classic.

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6 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - January 26, 2011 at 1:12 am

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Someone is using my business name, please advise? trademark? copyright?


by gruntzooki

Question by Justin C: Someone is using my business name, please advise? trademark? copyright?
I cant say the business names exactly but lets say…

I have a rare breed of horse, theres only 1000 in the world. I bought a horse registry that was founded in 1999 from the original owner). The registrys name is, “Old World Horse Registry”

Someone comes along and starts their own and calls it, “Olde World Horse Registry”. Is this legal?
They are using all my information just changing around the words and even stating stories and history from the founder of my registry. (the founder did not give them permission, nor did I).

My registry is not trademarked but has been around since 1999 and is the only original registry.

Can this person do this? They are causing false destination of origin, defaming my registries name, and cause unfair competition.

This person is just doing this because they feel its not to their standards and just want to take everyone away from my registry. They are fully aware they are doing this.

I sent them a letter giving them 30 days to take it down and they havent.. just switched words around to make it seem like its not word for word.

Please help, I will contact my lawyer in the morning but I would like advice.

Best answer:

Answer by ron_mexico
When you say your business name is not “trademarked,” I assume you mean you have not registered your trademark. However, if you have been using your business name in connection with providing goods and/or services, you likely have common law trademark rights. If you’re the senior user of the mark, then you can stop a junior user from infringing on your mark.

http://www.uspto.gov/faq/trademarks.jsp#Search005

My advice is to contact a trademark attorney ASAP. Delays may cost you your rights. Also, a stern letter sent from an attorney will likely have a much better effect than a letter from you.

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