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CHAPTER 2
THE MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION

company's business is that of the complaining party. This is based on (1) fraud, or (2) property, property being used in the sense of goodwill and reputation, and the benefit of any trade name which a person has obtained in his business. In Ewing v. Buttercup Margarine Co., Ltd.,(1) the plaintiff, who carried on business under the name of the Buttercup Dairy Co., was held entitled to restrain a company from being registered under the name of the Buttercup Margarine Co., Ltd., on the ground that the public might reasonably think that the company was connected with his business. Other examples of this principle are: the name of the North Cheshire and Manchester Brewery Co., Ltd., was restrained at the instance of the Manchester Brewery Co., Ltd. ;(2) the Accident, Disease and General Insurance Co., at the instance of the Accident Insurance Co., Ltd.; (3) the Albion Carriage and Motor Body Works, Ltd., at the instance of the Albion Motor Car Co., Ltd.;(4) R. Harrod, Ltd., at the instance of Harrods, Ltd. ; (5) Louis Tussaud, Ltd., at the instance of Madame Tussaud & Sons, Ltd.; (6) and the British Legion Club (Street), Ltd., at the instance of the British Legion. (7) If, however, the business to be carried on is quite different from that of the complaining company, confusion is not likely to arise and an injunction will not be granted.

Power to Dispense with the word " Limited " (s. 19).-If a company is intended to be formed for promoting commerce, art, science, religion, charity, or any other useful object, and intends to apply any profits in promoting its objects and to prohibit the payment of any dividend to its members, it may obtain the licence of the Board of Trade to be registered as a company with limited liability without the addition of the word " Limited " to its name. The licence may be granted on such conditions as the Board thinks fit, and may be revoked, subject to the company's right to be heard in opposition to the revocation.

A licence is only granted if the memorandum contains clauses prohibiting the distribution of the income or property of the company, either whilst a going concern or in a winding-up among the shareholders. Alterations of the articles are prohibited without the approval of the Board of Trade. Twenty-four licences were granted in 1938.

A company so licensed enjoys all the privileges, and is subject to all the obligations of a limited company; but it is relieved from the

1 [1917] 2 Ch. 1.
2[1899] A. C. 83.
3 (1884), 54 L. J. Ch. 104.
4(1917), 33 T. L. R. 346.
5(1924), 40 T. L. R. 195.
6 (1890), 44 Ch. D. 678.
7 (1931), 47 T. L. R. 571.

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