Can An LLC/Corporation & Trust Have Same Name

Can An LLC/Corporation & Trust Have Same Name

Yes; however, the difference will be easily distinguished by the company information proceeding the name. The LLC will show as "ACME LLC" but the Trust will show as "ACME Trust" as is required by law. In fact, no company may contain the word "TRUST", "BANK" or "INSURANCE", per the Secretary of State's instructions, unless the organization is just what the word says they are - a bank, trust or insurance agency.

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