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    Re. Pty Ltd / CIPC > Notice Refusing Name Reservation

    Maybe someone here can help me.

    My boss wants to convert his CC to a Pty Ltd and 3 names were proposed which was flatly refused.

    Weird thing is none of the examples listed on the letter received actually matches our preferred name, which we're trading under these last 7 years.

    Is there a way to object to the Notice Refusing Name Reservation?

    -Arno-

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    You can appeal to the companies tribunal if you believe the name is sufficiently unique.

    Another thought though, why change the name after 7 years? Converting to a Pty is a sound decision, but why change the name?

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    Hi Clive,

    I don't know what my boss' intentions is, but he wants to basically convert from CC to PTY and wants to maintain the t/a name, so that'll become the "new" name.

    Also, which form must I download from the Companies Tribunal's website?

    Regards,

    -Arno-

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    CTR142_2.pdf

    CTR142 Should serve the purpose

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    Okay, I sent a completed CTR142 along with the COR9.1 via e-mail to the Companies Tribunal yesterday and got the following response back:

    "Please see below documents to be included in your application:

    Form CTR 142;
    sworn statement or affidavit setting out the facts on which the application for a determination in respect of a registered company name or reserved company name or a defensive name is based;
    extracts from the records of the Commission reflecting the registered or reserved company name or defensive name; the registered office address of the respondent company and its principal business;
    proof of authority where the deponent is acting on behalf of a juristic person or corporate body, and
    proof of service of the application on all interested parties in any of the methods stated in Table CR3 of Annexure 3 of the Regulations.

    The list of documents above is available in the Companies Tribunal Practice Guidelines which may be obtained from our website at www.companiestribunal.org.za"

    So what do I do now? All this stuff is greek to me. Is there someone in the industry that provides the necessary service to assist with the above?

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    NAME RESERVATION APPEAL

    If you are not sorted we may be able to assist

    Please contact me so I can gather more information

    Best Regards

    Geoff Stepney
    Clifford Henry + Associates

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