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If company A operates its business through Trading Name X, and it enters into contracts as 'Company A trading as Trading Name X', are there any legal implications with describing the contracting entity this way?

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Published on LexisPSL on 01/09/2016

The following Commercial Q&A provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • If company A operates its business through Trading Name X, and it enters into contracts as 'Company A trading as Trading Name X', are there any legal implications with describing the contracting entity this way?
  • Legal capacity to contract
  • Other considerations
  • Intellectual Property
  • Non-compete and exclusivity agreements
  • Company’s own internal policies

If company A operates its business through Trading Name X, and it enters into contracts as 'Company A trading as Trading Name X', are there any legal implications with describing the contracting entity this way?

Legal capacity to contract

See Q&A: Is it the company behind the trading name or the trading name which is the contracting party to the contract? Does a trading name have legal capacity to enter into a contract?, which confirms that a party can enter into a contract whereby one of the parties is referred to as Example Company Limited trading as Example Trading Name (with company registration number 123456), note however for

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