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1. Let's say the name is Disneyland and it's not just a road but a whole theme park.
2. It's not just the name of the road and theme park; all the attractions and merch is Disney themed.
3. They post a small sign out front, under a giant "Disneyland" sign, which reads "Fan Park".
4. The builders of the road/park signed a binding agreement with IPARK Inc (a private organization) that they would not use someone else's trademark or take advantage of a famous name for commercial purposes when they built their park or they could lose the road/park in the event of a dispute and decision that they breached the agreement.