fictitious name


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  • noun

Synonyms for fictitious name

(law) a name under which a corporation conducts business that is not the legal name of the corporation as shown in its articles of incorporation

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A former AUM Shinrikyo follower obtained a health insurance certificate under a fictitious name through her employer in Osaka while she sheltered a fugitive former senior member of the cult for nearly 17 years, investigative sources said Friday.
Ago later contacted his cellphone provider to have the number changed and the account placed under a fictitious name.
North West Wales Coroner Dewi Pritchard Jones said Mrs Williams had checked into the Regency Hotel in Bangor the previous day using a fictitious name.
The Emirate television displayed various banners showing a fictitious name for the Persian Gulf during the match between Iran's Sepahan and the UAE's Al Ain," he said.
Zaman then put the currency, minus his cut, in Federal Express boxes and shipped the money using a fictitious name to Gonzalez in Miami," the prosecutors added.
We have had residents contacting us who read the latest letter, which went under the fictitious name of Melissa Costa.
We would like to stress, however, that we deliberately gave the area described a fictitious name and all the characters were compos i tes, although, in essence, the anecdotes were based on reality - otherwise there would have been little point in writing the book - but these anecdotes were constructed in a way to preserve confidentiality both of patients and other people.
He even signed in a fictitious name to set up some of the accounts at the luxury hotel.
I don't know if it was the right name, it may have been a fictitious name.
Got permits, fictitious name, business cards, office supplies, etc.
We looked up Horizant with the Secretary, of State's office and noticed that it goes by the fictitious name Sport Clips.
In such cases, the state statute controlling the use of a fictitious name must be consulted to determine if a remedy exists.
The investigators then used an e-mail account in a fictitious name to place 22 orders.
Because he was disinclined to have the CFR know precisely who he is, he did something a bit unusual: He subscribed using a fictitious name and a post office box address.
Once incorporated, however, the corporation began providing medical services under the fictitious name of FPG.