THINGS YOU SHOULD NOTE BEFORE CHOOSING A NAME FOR YOUR BRAND OR COMPANY.

1. A business name may be registered by any of the following persons:

• An individual 
• Two or more individuals (not exceeding 20 persons). 
• A corporate body or corporate bodies. 
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PROHIBITED NAMES
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The following names cannot be registered as business or company names;

• Names similar to an existing or reserved name. 
• Names that are deceptive, offensive, undesirable or misleading. 
• Names that fall under any class of businesses requiring a shared capital. 
• Names that are contrary to public policies. 
• Names that are similar to any registered trademark.

RESTRICTED NAMES
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The following names cannot be registered as business names unless with the approval of the Commission:

• Names containing the words- National, Government, Municipal, State, Federal or any other word which suggests the patronage of any tier of government. 
• Names containing the words- Co-operative, Chamber of Commerce, Building Society, Guarantee, Trustee, Investment, Bank, Insurance or any word with similar connotations.

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I’m Ola Isaac, 
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