| Commentary

146.2 Disclosure of the company name

| Commentary

146.2 Disclosure of the company name

The restrictions on a company’s choice of registered name have already been discussed1. Once the name has been registered, it must be disclosed on any business letters and other documents in characters that can be read with the naked eye2. Every company must also disclose its registered name on its website or websites3.

Failure to comply with the disclosure rules without reasonable excuse will involve the company, and every officer of the company who is in default in criminal liability4.

There may, however, be even more serious civil consequences where the company is seeking to take

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