Trade Name


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Trade Name

1. The name used by a business, even if that is not its legal name. For example, the trade name for Investment Corporation may be InvestCorp. The trade name sometimes has no relation to the company's actual name.

2. See: Brand Name.
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Trade names however are challenged only by way of a trade name deletion case through the court.
ARTICLE (3): A book or electronic record shall be created (which shall be called the Registry of Trade Names) in the relevant directorate in order to enter all pertinent data for trade names and the names of proprietors, their addresses and certificates issued to them unless legal actions such as mortgage or retention orders occur against a trade name or any restriction against its use or assigning or franchise for its usage from its proprietor to any third party.
Florida and Louisiana have a peculiar twist on the use of trade names.
It describes more than 3,000 trade name products and chemicals used as solvents in all aspects of industry.
With respect to the assets sold by Corporation 1, the taxpayer claimed that the acquisition from Seller 1 of (1) trade makes and trade names and (2) trade secrets and know how qualified under section 1031.
Ali Eissa Al Nuaimi, Director General of Ajman's Department of Economic Development, said: "The Trade Names Booking system is a major step towards adopting knowledge-based tools and facilitating best business practices, which are among Ajman DED's top strategic priorities.
Companies discussed in the article and/or trade names are also included if appropriate.
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1972(e)(3)(i) provides generally that the acquisition of a franchise, trademark, or trade name constitutes the acquisition of all or a substantial portion of a trade or business.