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1 Answer | Asked in Patents (Intellectual Property) and Probate for New Mexico on
Q: Mother in law just passed, she had a loan on her van, aunt took it not on the will can we involve police to get back?
Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Dec 22, 2019

You might find using the authority of the probate court more effective. With your mother in law gone there is nobody on title who is alive who can report it stolen until one of you gets appointed as executor of her estate.

1 Answer | Asked in Products Liability and Patents (Intellectual Property) for New Mexico on
Q: There are many variations of the tensile tents being manufacturered. At what point is it a different product?

They are different sizes, but is it the shear fact that it is suspended that it is patented?

Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn answered on Jan 25, 2018

The patent examiner in the United States Patent & Trademark Office is not supposed to grant a patent on an application unless the application teaches something that would not be obvious to someone of skill in the art of making tensile tents who has access to everything ever done or suggested to... Read more »

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