It would be fraud to make such a claim. Only the owner of the trademark can make such a claim.
Without a license, yes. Keep in mind the "Deep Note" is also a registered trademark.
Yes, trademarks are registered and are valuable properties to the companies that own them.
The purpose of a person doing a registered trademark search is if the person wants to register a trademark of their own. If their action is already trademarked, it cannot be trademarked by another person.
If I own a trademark and YOU use it, then our relationship is contractual and the terms will dictate when it may be terminated, if ever. Also, if I own a trademark then you have no right to register it unless you can prove you have an exclusive license from me to use it. However, if I licensed you to use MY trademark without reserving any rights to monitor the quality, then I may have forfeited any right to the trademark.
There are no registered trademarks for that phrase; common-law trademark may exist.
If you drive it on the street or park it on the street, yes. I has to be registered.
Yes. You do not have to have a trademark registered to use it. But if you are doing a large business or expect to expand trademarks are handled through the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS).
If it is your own or you have a license, yes. For example, something originally conceived as a decorative element may become part of a logo.
Yes, of course.
Phrases are not copyrightable. If a phrase is used on the packaging of a product or the advertising of a service it may be registered as a trademark or servicemark.
no. It is illegal to buy and set off fireworks in New Jersey unless your a registered professional.
APORTSTORAGE. This trademark is owned by Harris, Danny Martin