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There's nothing stopping you from using another enterprise's OIDs, but that would be inconsiderate. You're supposed to request your own Private Enterprise Number and use that in building your OIDs/MIBs.
Nothing - In the same way that you can also use 188.8.131.52 as your IP if you don't connect to the internet. It's just a convention to prevent clashes between everyone saying 'ok .1 is mine!' If you want to be able access their oids and yours together, you'll obviously run into issues if you don't play nicely.
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