Doing Business As

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(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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Nearly all counties demand the filing of a fictitious business names, and most county clerks are now online.
The charge for filing a fictitious business name will increase by $21, to $53, and adding additional businesses or owners will cost $10, an increase of $3.
Back in the real estate section of the air-conditioned office, George Khachoyar, 26, of Van Nuys was filing a fictitious business name form for his new medical supply business.
The company is currently operating under the fictitious business name ("dba") "Ultra Motorcycle Company.
The company operates under the fictitious business name "Ultra Motorcycle Company.
OTC BB: CPIM) a Florida corporation authorized to transact business in California, announced today that it has registered with the state of California to do business under the fictitious business name of MediaWebcast and intends to effect a formal name change later in the third quarter of 2000 by way of company proxy.
Business Resource Group is a leading provider of workspace services and products to businesses in Northern California, operating under the fictitious business name, "Business Interiors.
Marconi and his co-defendants established numerous temporary employment agencies, often using the name of a deceased person to register a fictitious business name, apply for a business license and obtain an employer tax identification number.
Current owner had the foresight to secure 20 fictitious business names and 20 domain names for the major cities in southern Placer County and is offering them for sale along with a well-established and profitable electrical contracting company.
They are accused of creating computer-generated counterfeit checks with real and fictitious business names.
com) are fictitious business names for Thomson Investment Company, Inc.
Counter-plaintiff Regal Baking Company and Regal Cake Gallery (Regal) are fictitious business names for Thomson Investment Company, Inc.
It includes fictitious business names, assumed businesses, and trade names filed with appropriate state or county agencies, as well as sales tax, business licenses, or occupational/privilege tax license applications and registrations.
TCPS is well known within the Internet community for having frustrated the detection efforts of Internet service providers and law enforcement officials nationwide through a sophisticated network of fictitious business names and mail drops.