What if a franchisor wants to sell franchises in south carolina but does not have a federally registered trademark?

Answer

If someone wanted to sell a franchise in South Carolina but didn't have a federally registered trademark it wouldn't make much of a difference. A trade mark is something for one's customers to relate and identify the product to a source. It not being federally registered just means another business will most likely be allowed to use the trade mark as well.
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