New Brunswick Sole Proprietorship Registration Service
Fast and easy New Brunswick Sole Proprietorship Online Registration. Company Formations simplifies to the maximum the task of registering a new sole proprietorship business name in New Brunswick, by offering an easy on-line sole proprietorship registration service.
Sole proprietorships are registered in New Brunswick, according to the provisions of the New Brunswick Business Names and Partnerships Registration Act. Registration is completed by Filing a Certificate of Business Name Application with the New Brunswick Corporate Registry Office.
New Brunswick Gov Fees: $112
Provincial Name Search Report: $30
Our Fee: $39.99
Total Fees: $183.98
Your certificate of registration will be delivery electronically by Email in PDF format.
Registration places your business name in the public record maintained by the New Brunswick Registries Office. This allows consumers and business people to find the owners or the principal behind a business name.
When choosing your trade/business name, choose a distinctive name to stand out from your competitors. Make sure the name is not misleading or confusing in its description of the goods and services you will provide, also remember that certain words or expressions cannot be used:
Words or expressions, in any language, that, are obscene or objectionable in nature.
Words that imply the business, is a different type of organization.
The words “college”, “institute”, or “university” cannot be used without the written consent of the Ministry of Education and training.
You may not use the words “limited”, “corporation” or “incorporated”
Words with restricted use under federal or provincial laws
Words that imply the business is associated with the Crown or the Government of Canada, any province of Canada or any municipal government may not used without the written consent of the appropriate authority.
Filing of a Declaration of Trade Name is required mainly to provide proof that the name is in use by a particular business. Filing of the declaration does not give any right of ownership of the name.