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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Company names: some new choices
    New rules introduced in January 2015 mean that directors no longer have to obtain permission from the Secretary of State if they want to use certain terms in the company’s name or its trading name. What happened and why is this advantageous?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - New company naming rules
    New company naming rules..Amended rules. In December 2014 we told you about the process of naming a new company or changing an existing company name ( yr.16, iss.7, pg.7 , see The next step ). With effect from 1 February 2015 there are new rules governing the names you can choose. Same as. The so-called “same as” rule means you aren’t allowed to name, or rename, a company with a similar name to an existing one. In deciding whether a name is too similar Companies House (CH) ignores brackets, symbols and...
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - New rules for company names
    On October 1 2009, new regulations came into effect that place restrictions on the name a company can use. So what do the new rules say?
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