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Placer County Fictitious Business Names
Filing A Fictitious Name in Alameda County
Who Needs To File a Fictitious Business Name Statement?
Individuals with a business name that does not include the surname of the individual or a name that suggests the existence of additional owners.
Partnerships or other associations of persons with a name that does not include the surname of each general partner or a name that suggests existence of additional owners, such as “Company” or “Associates”, and for a limited partnership, any name other than the name as on file with the Secretary of State.
Corporations with a name not stated in its articles of incorporation.
Organizations not defined as fictitious business names and not required to file a statement are non-profit groups or associations such as churches, hospitals, labor unions, fraternal and charitable organizations, etc. and real estate investment trusts with permits under Section 23002 of the Govt. Code which have statements on file designating agent for service of process.