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CHAPTER 2
THE MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION

company or so nearly resemble it as to be calculated to deceive, except where the existing company is in course of being dissolved and signifies its consent to the Registrar.
2. The words " Building Society " must not be used.

Building societies are governed by the Building Societies Acts, 1874 to 1939. They are bodies corporate formed to raise money by the subscriptions of members to enable loans to be made to members on the security of real property. They mayy be regarded as companies formed to carry on a limited kind of business subject to special statutory safeguards.
3. The words " Chamber of Commerce " must not be used unless the company is entitled to dispense with the addition of the word " Limited " to its name.
4. Without the consent of the Board of Trade, the name may not contain the words " Royal," " Imperial," " Municipal," " Chartered " or " Co-operative."

Co-operative societies are governed by the Industrial and Provident Societies Acts, 1893 to 1928. They are bodies corporate which are intended for small investors, and no member can have any interest in the shares of the society exceeding £200. The Prevention of Fraud (Investments) Act, 1939, s. 10, prevents bodies which ought to be formed under the Companies Acts from being formed under the Industrial and Provident Societies Acts.

In selecting a name, it is not necessary to use the word " company," and the modern tendency is to omit it. A short name is an obvious practical convenience.
If the proposed name of a company is identical with that of an existing company, the Registrar will probably refuse to register it, except in the circumstances set out above. But if the name is not identical with, but is alleged to be similar to that of an existing company so as to be calculated to deceive, it, is material to consider (1) what business has been or is intended to be carried on by the old company, and what is intended to be carried on by the new company ; and (2) what sort of name has been adopted by the old company.

Aerators, Ltd. v. Tollitt, [1902] 2 Ch. 319. " Aerators, Ltd.," sought to restrain the registration of " Automatic Aerators Patents, Ltd.," on the ground that the names were so similar as to be calculated to deceive. The object of both companies was
the manufacture of apparatus for the automatic aeration of liquids, but the patents and apparatus of both companies were quite different. Held, the claim failed, on the ground that the word " aerator " was a word in common use in the English language, and " Aerators, Ltd.," had no monopoly in it.

Apart from the section, and under the general law, an injunction can be obtained to restrain the registration of a company under a name which is calculated to deceive the public into thinking that the

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