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Halloran; Daniel N.
Saukeville, WI
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7281276 Releasable toilet seat assembly October 16, 2007
A mounting assembly is disclosed for mounting a toilet seat and/or cover in a releasable fashion to the rear of a toilet bowl base. The assembly includes a fastener permanently affixed to the toilet base on which is mounted a cross shaped mount. The mount is engaged by deflectable arms
7155748 Releasable toilet seat assembly January 2, 2007
A mount assembly releasable mounts a toilet seat and cover to a toilet base. The assembly includes two fasteners permanently affixed to the toilet base engaged by deflectable arms of one or two base members of the mount assembly. The arms engage ring mounts disposed about the fasteners,

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