Louisiana Revised Statutes Tit. 12, § 1307. Reservation of name;  transfer of reserved name

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A. The exclusive right to use a specified name for a domestic or foreign limited liability company may be reserved by any of the following:

(1) A person who intends to organize a domestic limited liability company under this Chapter.

(2) A domestic limited liability company which proposes to change its name.

(3) A foreign limited liability company which intends to apply for authority to do business in this state.

(4) A foreign limited liability company authorized to do business in this state which proposes to change its name.

B. (1) A person may reserve a specified name by filing a signed application with the secretary of state.

(2) If the secretary of state finds that the name is available for use by a limited liability company, he shall reserve the name for the exclusive use of the applicant for a nonrenewable period of one hundred twenty days.

C. The exclusive right to use a reserved name may be transferred to another person by filing with the secretary of state a notice of the transfer that specifies the name and address of the transferee and is signed by the applicant for whom the name was reserved.

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