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New Jersey Statutes Title 29. Hotels 29 § 3-11

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The secretary of state shall not register any name or designation identical with any other name or designation already registered under the provisions of this chapter or any heretofore existing law, or any name or designation so similar to a name or designation so registered as would be liable to deceive or mislead the public, unless the prior registration has been revoked as herein provided or has been otherwise abandoned.

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