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Registering a company name does not protect you against third party claims for trade mark infringement.

To ensure your proposed company name doesn't infringe on an existing registered trade mark, and to protect your company name from being used without your permission in the future, you should search IP Australia’s trademark register, and consider registering a trademark through ABNAustralia.com.au.

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