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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Landlord - Tenant and Patents (Intellectual Property) for Arkansas on
Q: So if I was homeless and know of a home thats empty and been empty for years can I squat in it and make ot mine ? If so
Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn answered on Sep 24, 2021

This question was routed to patent attorneys that work with inventors. That is not the right group of lawyers to answer this. It does not sound like landlord-tenant either.

In real estate law there is a little used provision called adverse possession that was left over from a much...
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Q: If my boyfriend is 16 and I’m 18 and his mom doesn’t want us to be together but he still wants to be can she do anything
Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn answered on Jul 29, 2021

You sent this question out to paTents (inventions). There is not a category for paRents.

You may want to repost this under family law.

Kevin E Flynn

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Q: How do I do an exhaustive search on a plant variety to determine whether or not it is a patented variety?

I like to propagate plants from cuttings and then sell them. I obviously want to avoid patent infringement issues.

Ahaji Kirk Amos
Ahaji Kirk Amos answered on Jun 8, 2019

You should hire a patent attorney to conduct the search. You may schedule a consultation on my website.

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