Remedies for Using a Name for a Limited Liability Company

A name identifies a person from the other in the same way it distinguishes a company. Amidst the economic crisis, Tennessee opens its doors to accommodate the influx of LLC applicants who feel the need to maximize their talents and skills and become entrepreneurs.

As simple as it seems, naming a company is actually complicated. The general rule for naming a Limited Liability Company is explicitly implied in its Limited Liability Company Act, stating that the name must be “distinguishable” from all other business names in their database. For an LLC name to be distinguishable from those in file, the Act states that it must consist of one or more different letters, and/or words and it must follow a different sequence of letters, and/or words.

This rule, however, is not absolute. An existing business name may still be used by a Limited Liability Company even if it appears to be “not…

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