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You must choose a name for your business in UK if you’re setting up a private limited company. When register a UK company name, your name cannot be the same as:
If your name is too similar to another company’s name or trade mark you may have to change it if someone makes a complaint.
Your name must usually end in either ‘Limited’ or ‘Ltd’.
‘Same as’ names includes those where the only difference to an existing name is:
‘Hands UK Ltd’ and ‘Hand’s Ltd’ are the same as ‘Hands Ltd’. You can only register a ‘same as’ name if:
You may have to change your name if someone complains and Companies House agrees it’s ‘too like’ a name registered before yours.
‘Easy Electrics For You Ltd’ is the same as ‘EZ Electrix 4U Ltd’
Companies House will contact you if they think your name is too like another - and tell you what to do.
Your company name cannot be offensive. Your name also cannot contain a ‘sensitive’ word or expression, or suggest a connection with government or local authorities, unless you get permission.
To use ‘Accredited’ in your company’s name, you need permission from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
You can trade using a different name to your registered name. This is known as a ‘business name’. Business names must not:
You’ll need to register your name as a trade mark if you want to stop people from trading under your business name. You cannot use another company’s trade mark as your business name.
You do not have to use ‘limited’ in your name if your company is a registered charity or limited by guarantee and your articles of association say your company:
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