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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However, unfamiliar trade names were encountered 'often' or 'always' by the same number of respondents (82%, n = 41).
It remains to be seen whether the courts will agree with the IRS's position (particularly with respect to its position that trademarks and trade names are part of the goodwill of a company rather than separable intangible assets).
The regulations provide that articles bearing a mark copying or simulating a registered trademark or trade name shall be denied entry and may be subject to forfeiture.(4) The regulations, however, make a very important distinction between "simulating" marks, which are those which so resemble a recorded mark that it is likely to cause the public to associate the copying or simulating mark with the recorded mark or name, and a "counterfeit" trademark, which is indistinguishable from a registered trademark.
Therefore, unless the brand name or trade name is actually on the Register of Trade Marks and is in force under the Trade Marks Act, 1999, CGST rate of five percent will not be applicable on the supply of such goods.
To significantly boost the promotion of the competitiveness and attractiveness of the local business and investment sectors, the Department of Economic Development - Ajman recently adopted the 'Trade Names Booking' system.
Chemical Manufacturers Directory of Trade Name Products, 3rd Edition
The firm uses natural gas, said to be the cleanest-burning fossil fuel, to produce seven grades of medium thermal carbon black, including Stainless and Ultra-Pure, all marketed under the trade name of Thermax.
An IPCo structure can provide a means to move the revenue stream associated with intangible property ("IP")--such as a valuable trade name, trade-mark, secret process or software, etc.--to a jurisdiction with a lower effective tax rate.
Reichhold has implemented a global trade name standard for all product lines sold into the coatings and graphic arts markets.
The ingredient is marketed primarily under the trade name Nuvan from Novartis Animal Health Inc., a business unit of Novartis AG.
The Czech brewer said that a high court in Madrid has upheld the company's rights for the Budejovicky Budvar trade name in Spain.