Registered Name

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Registered Name

The name of a business on record with the appropriate government authority. In general, a registered name must be unique within the jurisdiction. A company need not use its registered name in its advertising and daily operations, but if it does not, it may have to file a doing business as application.
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This is not possible; voting is only accepted after identity verification and matching with registered names database," ambassador Tamer Mansoor told Khaleej Times on Monday.
Al-Buainain stressed the importance for voters to ensure their registered names on electoral lists- a guarantor for them to exercise their constitutional right and cast ballots in the forthcoming by-elections.
The campaign hopes that officials will not use the low number of registered names as an excuse not to apply the law," the release said, adding the campaign expected the number to increase as the elections' date approaches.
Each of the registered names is always accessible from anywhere.
Until now, we have only found seven from the registered names at the morgues," he added.
There are some folks who devise registered names that lend themselves to clever call names--a dog named "Presidential Dreams" was called "Monica.
It is illegal to sell any goods bearing registered names under the Trademarks Act anywhere in the UK.
The list of registered names show parents are shunning tradition.
In the first period of the launch (Sunrise 1) public bodies and holders of registered names and trademarks will be assigned their domains, Zen said.
For authentication, users choose, in quick succession, registered names that they remember.
The races will be run over 240 metres on the National Hunt course in front of the stands and the greyhound entrants will be running under their registered names, with full raceform available in the programme on each day.
And the advantage for NSI is that it has this ready-made database of companies that have registered names, because until a few weeks ago it held the worldwide monopoly on the service.

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