fictitious name


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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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He added that Abdeljalil assumed a fictitious name and resorted to misrepresentation and falsification of public documents which enabled him to reside in the country.
Furthermore, a transaction or arrangement in respect of a property carried out or made in a fictitious name; or an arrangement in respect of a property where its owner is not aware of, or denies knowledge of such ownership; or a transaction in respect of a property where the person providing the consideration is not traceable or is fictitious.
Benami transaction encompasses where a property is transferred to, or is held by, a person and the consideration for such property has been provided, or paid by, another person (the trustees and wife, children, brother or sister to whom property has been transferred from known resources will be excluded); A transaction or arrangement in respect of a property carried out or made in a fictitious name; or a transaction or arrangement in respect of a property where the owner of the property is not aware of, or denies knowledge of, such ownership; or a transaction or arrangement in respect of a property where the person providing the consideration is not traceable or is fictitious.
Benami literally means 'without a name' and is an arrangement where property is held and used by one person on behalf of another person who paid for it or a transaction that is made for a piece of property under a fictitious name. It can also mean when the purported owner of a property is unaware of it or denies ownership.
Benami literally means 'without a name' and is an arrangement where a property is held and used by one person on behalf of another person who paid for it or a transaction that is made for a piece of property under a fictitious name. It can also mean when the purported owner of a property is unaware of it or denies ownership.
Villafuerte is facing charges for computer-related identity theft, obstruction of justice, unlawful use of alias, use of falsified documents, falsification of public documents, usurpation of authority or official functions, and use of fictitious name concealing true name.
The legislation defines the Benami transaction as an arrangement where property is held by a person (other than in fiduciary capacity) on behalf of another person who has paid for it; or the transaction is made for a property in a fictitious name; or the owner of the property is not aware of or denies knowledge of such ownership.
The law prohibits all persons from entering into Benami transactions, and allows the federal government to confiscate a Benami property which is defined as an arrangement where property is held by a person other than in fiduciary capacity on behalf of another person who has paid for it; or the transaction is made for a property in a fictitious name; or the owner of the property is not aware of or denies knowledge of such ownership.
"It could be a fictitious name but we are investigating," Musee said.
The certificate may have conflated the concepts of "designated name" and "assumed or fictitious name," the court said.
On April 17, the email, using a fictitious name, was sent out to the nation's leaders, senior government officers, Bank Negara Malaysia as well as PUNB directors and several staff.
It includes properties where the transaction is made in a fictitious name, or the owner denies knowledge of the ownership of the property, or the person providing the consideration for the property is not traceable.
The 'Rang De Basabti' director said, "The mother-son love story is set in the slums of Bombay to be exact in Ghatkopar east in slum colony called Gandhi Nagar, which is a fictitious name for the neighbourhood Amrut Nagar."
That said, I encourage you to visit the Journal's web page to review the notable activities highlighted in the reports; whether it be the Business Law Section's efforts to modernize Florida's fictitious name statute and fraudulent transfer statute; the International Law Section's TED-inspired ILSTalks that educated, motivated, and inspired its members on topics such as international investigations from a former CIA officer's perspective, the Trans Pacific Partnership, and lifting the Cuban embargo; or the Young Lawyers Division's ongoing advocacy and guidance for those just entering our profession.
Further investigation, said the statement, proved that Muna al-Khatib is a fictitious name associated with inflammatory and inciting articles and does not reveal anything about the real identity of Khatib.