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1. Can you please clarify as this does not make sense in the context of how a limitation period works:
" I was previously told that there is no limit unless the misappropriation is returned to the original owner IN THE SAME STATE than when misappropriated."
a. What do you mean returned to the original owner? Are you saying that someone would have to steal the name and then give back to the original owner in the state where he first opened the domain name before the limitations period would start to run?