Copyright Notice

By on July 12, 2016

Copyright Notice:
This constitutes actual and constructive notice of the copyright protections for the trade-name/trademark, Denise Grace Daniels©, an original expression created on or about February 12, 1960, with all rights reserved, held by Daniels, Denise Grace, for the Denise Grace Daniels Trust, hereinafter Trust, domiciling Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Said common-law trade-name/trade-mark may not be used, printed, duplicated, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, neither in whole nor in part, nor in any manner whatsoever, without the prior, express, written consent and acknowledgement of the Trust, hereinafter “Secured Party.” With the intent of being contractually bound, any juristic person, as well as the agent of said juristic person, assents, consents, and agrees that neither said juristic person, nor the agent of said juristic person, shall display, nor otherwise use in any manner, the common-law trade-name/trade-mark, nor the common-law copyright described herein, nor any derivative, variation, and/or spelling and printing of Denise Grace Daniels, including and not limited to all derivatives, variations in the spelling, abbreviating, upper/lower case rendering and writing of said trade-name/trade-mark. Secured Party neither assents, nor consents, nor agrees with, nor grants, nor implies any authorization for, any unauthorized use of trade-name/trade-mark, and all unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. Mutual Assent Implied and Express Contract Executed by Unauthorized Use of Secured Party’s Common Law-Copyrighted Property; Self-Executing Security Agreement in Event of Unauthorized Use of Secured Party’s Common Law-Copyrighted Property: By these terms, both the person and the agent of said person engaging in unauthorized use of copyrighted property, hereinafter jointly referred to as the “Interloper” does assent, consent, and agree that any use of the trade-name/trade-mark, except the authorized use as set above constitutes unauthorized use, unauthorized reproduction, copyright infringement, and counterfeiting, of Secured Party’s common-law copyrighted property, is contractually binding upon said Third Party Interloper, securing an interest in said Interloper’s assets, land, and personal property for equal consideration and not less than $1,000,000.00, based on the estimated value of the secured trade-name/trade-mark at the time of this notice. Any person claiming an adverse interest, challenging, or rebutting the rights of the Secured Party may write to the Trust in care of: 1380 Rio Rancho Boulevard SE, Suite 138, Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124-9998, non domestic/without the USA.
HCS Pub. July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2016

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