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A company name must show its legal status

A company must show the liability of its members and status in its name. For example if a company's members' liability is limited to the amount unpaid on their shares, the name must end with 'Proprietary Limited'. if the members' liability is unlimited, the company name must end with 'Proprietary'.

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