If they are copies you taped of the tv, yes it is a violation. If you purchase a game tape from an authorized NFL retailer, you can re-sell it, but cannot keep or make a copy. You can buy your original copy but not make several copies and sell all of them.
You can sell the old advertisement, but to make copies and sell the copies is very much copyright infringement. You could probably get aay with it for some time. But if you ever got caught the fines can be severe.
If what you're offering to sell on eBay (or anywhere else) is an unlawfully made copy of copyrighted materials, then offering to sell it is an infringement of the copyright owner's exclusive right to sell copies to the public. The so-called "first sale doctrine" (e.g., in the USA, 17 USC 109) does not apply to illegal copies.
If he was the photographer, and he also transferred copyright to you, yes. Note that copyright in professional images such as school photos would be controlled by the studio.
No it doesn't. However Stratocasters are protected as trademarks and Fender is extremely protective of their intellectual property.
Yes, due to the copyright laws
Copyright law is a civil matter. But sometimes it can stray into criminal law, if for example you download a movie illegally that is a civil matter, but if you then sell copies of that movie it is criminal. To clarify, in the UK it is not illegal to buy 'pirate' DVDs but it is illegal to sell them.
If the patterns are under copyright then you need the permission of the copyright holder to sell them.
You should be able to legally do that. As long as you are only altering the individual items and not making or distributing duplicates you are not infringing on the authors copyright. If, at some point in the future, you wanted to make multiple copies of and sell the items you would then have to seek permission.
If you mean "Can you sell a pattern copyrighted by someone else?" the answer is yes but only with permission. If you mean "Can I create a pattern from scratch, copyright it and sell it?" the answer is yes.
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Online walkthrough for video games are legal. They do not violate video game terms in anyway. Places like GameStop and Wal-Mart sell these guides, too.
If you control the copyright, anywhere. If you don't control the copyright, and don't have a license, nowhere.