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You cannot use the trademark owned by someone else for any purpose unless they first consent.
It doesn't matter that you are wanting to use it for another category of goods and services. They own the intellectual property rights to the trademark for all purposes.
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But if she created the trademark then she owns it. It doesn't matter where she registered it or even if she did not register it. Registration is just proof of ownership but if she created it she owns it.
I am talking about her trademark which she can come to own by using it even without registering it under common law.But I will opt out so you can get another opinion.