New Mexico Statutes Chapter 53. Corporations § 53-8-7. Corporate name

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The corporate name:

A. shall not contain any word or phrase which indicates or implies that it is organized for any purpose other than one or more of the purposes contained in its articles of incorporation;  and

B. shall not be the same as, or confusingly similar to, the name of any corporation, whether for profit or not for profit, existing under the laws of New Mexico, or any foreign corporation, whether for profit or not for profit, authorized to transact business or conduct affairs in New Mexico, or a corporate name reserved or registered as permitted by the laws of New Mexico.

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