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If you purchase an existing trademark from the original company do all the rights to it now belong to you. The original company who owns the trademark still has the rights for it and is paying to keep it, but has it up for sale.
If I were to purchase the trademark, and assume ownership would I have control of the trademark fully. What would happen if lets say a group of younger adults start a website using my trademark, characters, original works, would i be able to sue them.
On what ground if any would there exists for me to shut them down, and sue them?
From what i can tell they have yet to make profit, and have not registered there rip off trademark. But on there website they do have a shop where you can buy things but its inactive as of now.
What can i do legally?The United States Patent and Trademark Office has stated the trademark is live (meaning its not abandoned, just not being used at this time).