Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby Zaniwhoop » Thu May 14, 2009 12:02 pm

Hi Mark,

rockape wrote:3x witness signiture one signed over a stamp/as seal?


Where did you get the idea of one of the witnesses signing over a stamp/as a seal from?
Or more importantly,
Why is it a good idea to do it this way? (I'm supposing there is some security, in it being nigh on impossible to remove the stamp without compromising the signature, but isn't there a statute against defacing a stamp of the realm, or Queenie's head or something :giggle: Or is it just a statute about not wiping your arse with a Paul McKenna [tenner])?

As an aside, why can't we create our own personal and unique seals, be they wax or otherwise?

huntingross wrote:My Declaration is being published tomorrow, £275 inc VAT
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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby huntingross » Thu May 14, 2009 12:19 pm

Hello Si

Actually the signing over the stamp isn't necessary but seems like an OK idea...the original will never be out of my control anyway, so fraudulent removal isn't an issue either.

I was thinking of asking the man at the post office to whack it with one of their stampy things....but you're right, I want to get one of those embossing things and wax seals....if I'm going to act like a sovereign, i want to look like one too.

And the £275 is alot of dosh, but a few months of not paying Council Tax will sort that out.

The Allodial Title route seems to have a public notice (advert) of a similar size for 4-6 weeks....needless to say I'm looking at alternatives to that.

Between Copyright Trademark and Allodial Title, I think its pretty much stitched up.
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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby rockape » Thu May 14, 2009 2:46 pm

huntingross wrote:Hi Rockape

Yes to the User Agreement and Copyright Notice and
Yes to the details of infringers next to the Schedule of Service. This will be a growing list detailing there Fees aswell.

All sent Recorded Delivery.

My Declaration is being published tomorrow, £275 inc VAT



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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby Veronica » Thu May 14, 2009 3:03 pm

Zaniwhoop wrote:but isn't there a statute against defacing a stamp of the realm, or Queenie's head or something :giggle:

The Queen's head gets defaced whenever a stamp is franked.
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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby BaldBeardyDude » Thu May 14, 2009 3:20 pm

I read on a US site, I think, that because you paid for the stamp, it is therefore held LEGALLY as some sort of legal tender. I'll try to find the site link again. It was an american chap, advising on the use of postage stamps to 'enable' documents if memory serves. To be continued...

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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby huntingross » Thu May 14, 2009 11:36 pm

Good link BBD, never knew there was so much to it.
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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby Catnap » Wed May 27, 2009 2:30 pm

I must admit I am a bit baffled by this one - my brain is frazzled! I was just getting my head around the NOUICOR's (I thought!) but now my brain has gone tilt again - sorry! :cry:
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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby huntingross » Wed May 27, 2009 6:31 pm

Imagine how confused I was when I got the Canadian version....spend some time getting used to what it's trying to do and say....and then it suddenly became clear.
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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby Veronica » Wed May 27, 2009 9:08 pm

Catnap wrote:I must admit I am a bit baffled by this one - my brain is frazzled! I was just getting my head around the NOUICOR's (I thought!) but now my brain has gone tilt again - sorry! :cry:

Catnap ... they send you a letter. It has your Legal Fiction Name on it. You are NOT that Name (you are a Human Being) ... but you can CLAIM OWNERSHIP of it. As a Common Law Trademark.

You send back a User Agreement, saying that: "This is a Name I own. It is my Trademark. Use of my Trademark Name will cost you from now on. These are the Terms & Conditions I am imposing for the usage of my Trademark. If you write a letter, using my Trademark, henceforth it's agonna cost ya this much!"

That's basically it.

And.

They.

Don't.

Like.

It.

Up 'em.

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Re: Copyright Trademark Name Claim

Postby Catnap » Thu May 28, 2009 11:10 am

Ah - thank you. The fog is starting to clear :grin:

Is putting it in the local paper the only way to declare it? How is declaring it defined? (Sorry if I am being thick).
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