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About Name Reservations If a business entity wishes to reserve a corporate name prior to forming with the Corporations Division, a name reservation may be filed in accordance with Section 215, Act
Sections 5.101 to 5.106 of the Texas Business Organizations Code (BOC) govern the reservation of a name of a corporation, professional association, cooperative association, limited liability company, limited partnership or other filing entity. Duration: An entity name may be reserved for a period of 120 days. A name reservation may be
search page and the system will show all entities using the name or, in many cases, similar names. Entity names must be distinguishable excluding entity designations on the index from existing names [10A-1-5.03]. Performing the search may shorten the time it takes to get a Name Reservation completed if you file on paper by reducing rejections.
The three different options regarding name reservation will be indicated below: Option 1: Applying for a name as part of the process. 1. Applying for a name as part of the process. Enter at least one or a maximum of four proposed names for the enterprise, in order of …
The exclusive right to use a name may be transferred to another person. To request a transfer, complete the following: NOTICE OF TRANSFER OF NAME RESERVATION
E-mail and/or online requests for name reservations cannot be accepted at this time. Please complete the Name Reservation Request Form on the following page. Note: The reservation of a proposed corporation, limited liability company or limited partnership name does not guarantee that the reserved name complies with all federal and state laws.
Name must contain the words Limited Partnership or LP. • Limited Liability Partnership – RCW 25.05.505. Name must contain the words Limited Liability Partnership or LLP. Section 3 : Provide the name address and : signature of the applicant. If the reservation is for someone other t …