Name of foreign limited liability company
(1) Except as provided in subsections (2) and (3) of this section, the Secretary of State shall not authorize a foreign limited liability company to transact business in this state if the name of the foreign limited liability company does not conform to ORS 63.094 (Limited liability company name).
(2) The name of the foreign limited liability company must contain a word or abbreviation required by ORS 63.094 (Limited liability company name) unless the name contains some other word, phrase or abbreviation that the laws of the place of organization require to denote a limited liability company.
(3) If a limited liability company name, corporate name, professional corporate name, nonprofit corporate name, cooperative name, limited partnership name, business trust name, reserved name, registered name or assumed business name of active record with the office is not distinguishable on the records of the office from the name of the applicant foreign limited liability company, the Secretary of State shall not authorize the applicant to transact business in this state unless the foreign limited liability company states its name on the application for authority to transact business in this state under ORS 63.707 (Application for authority to transact business) as (name under which organized), a limited liability company of (place of organization), the entirety of which shall be the real and true name of the foreign limited liability company in this state under ORS chapter 648.
(4) If a foreign limited liability company authorized to transact business in this state changes its name to one that does not satisfy the requirements of this section, it may not transact business in this state under the changed name until it adopts a name satisfying the requirements of this section and ORS 63.711 (Amendment to application for authority). [1993 c.173 §80]
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