California Heritage Protection Act 02 Dec 16
On September 21 2016 California adopted a new law that prohibits California State Parks from granting trademark or service mark rights in park names or names associated with historical, cultural or recreational resources to any businesses operating within the parks. As of January 1 2017, any contract that violates this provision will be deemed unenforceable under California law.
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