Oregon Secretary of State, Corporation Division

Rule Rule 160-010-0013
Not Distinguishable on Record


A name is not distinguishable on the records of the Secretary of State Business Registry office from the name of any other active organized entity, or from a reserved or registered name, if the names only differ in one or more of the following ways:

(1)

Entity identifiers at the end of a name

(2)

Punctuation or special characters

(3)

Capitalization

(4)

Spacing

(5)

The presence or absence of an article, preposition, or conjunction, or a symbol for that word, including “a,” “an,” “and,” “at,” “by,” “for,” “in,” “plus,” “the,” “to,” and “with.” Examples of symbols include “&,” “@,” and “+.”

(6)

An “s” is added or deleted to make the word plural, singular, or possessive.
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