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Online Nuans Name Research

Online Nuans Name Research

 

NUANS name searches are an automated method that compares your proposed business or company name with other corporations or trade marks that are in a database. The name you propose against an existing name within the database. It generates an inventory that could be available after the comparison is complete. You will be emailed the suggested names for further consideration. If you think that the suggested names aren’t suitable, you can either reject them or propose alternatives. After the review process the names considered are analyzed and the names which are accepted are put forward for final approval.

Individuals and businesses alike often decide to incorporate under either federal and provincial laws. However, many jurisdictions have different definitions of what constitutes ‘residents in the context of incorporating a business. This is the reason it’s sometimes essential for companies to seek clarification as to whether they are required to incorporate within one state or another. A qualified attorney who is skilled in both provincial and federal incorporation laws, is crucial. Since there are many distinctions between jurisdictions, experienced attorneys should have a thorough understanding of each jurisdiction’s requirements.

If the names suggested are similar to existing Canadian corporations, the process of incorporating will typically follow the same procedure that include submitting a written notice of establishment of the corporate entity, ensuring that the requirements are met, submitting the required documents to the provincial office and paying the appropriate administrative fees. If the proposed names differ from the names of existing Canadian corporations, additional steps might be needed to allow the formation. The incorporation of the business within the jurisdiction in which the business is situated is one of these steps. Another step that may be required is filing an application to the provincial office. This is made simpler by Nuans name technology which suggests names of companies that do business in the area. This can help match the name of the company being incorporated.

The next step is to search. step. You can search online on many websites. In some cases the initial name search might require the submission of various information, including the business name registration in addition to the website domain name. Search engines are a tool that will help you determine if the name you searched for is in use.

If more than one match is found to be the correct name for incorporation, (e.g. two companies are ready to go into business under the name Nuans), additional steps may need to be taken. It is common to submit additional details during the initial name search. It can take several days depending on the number of websites that have been compared to finish the name search. It can take up to 4 to 6 days to complete business registrations as well as other details dependent on the speed of your searches as well as the number of websites involved.

When this initial stage is complete, a more comprehensive analysis of the company name registration can be made using the advanced features of the Nuans search engine. The searches can be conducted using different criteria to determine the most appropriate matching. Once the initial plans search is completed, a business name with availability is shown. To ensure they can launch their business in the shortest amount of time companies can register their names with these details. It is possible to add the business address or first name to certain cases.

Additionally, the information provided on the form online is easily compared with information from the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development to confirm that the corporate identity registered is true. This crucial step ensures that the Ontario corporate name will be unique and won’t be confused or misinterpreted by other business names registered. Businesses can request a business name search report using the searchable databases across the province to assist in creating or updating an Ontario corporate register.

Once all the preliminary steps and data are provided to the provincial search database the registered business name will be listed in results of the search within the shortest time possible. To access additional details, including contact information and maps to the office location you can click on the business name. The results will differ based the type of search was used and the level of detail required. Search engines are an excellent method for business owners to reduce time and effort when searching for the ideal names for their new venture.