2020 Minnesota Statutes
Chapters 300 - 323A — Business, Social, And Charitable Organizations
Chapter 319B — Professional Firms
Section 319B.05 — Firm Name.

Universal Citation: MN Stat § 319B.05 (2020)
319B.05 FIRM NAME.

Subdivision 1. No implication of superiority. The name of a professional firm must not imply or be used to imply superiority.

Subd. 2. Required name endings. The name of a professional firm must end:

(1) in the case of a corporation, with any one of the following phrases, words, or abbreviations: "Professional Corporation"; "Professional Service Corporation"; "Service Corporation"; "Professional Association"; "Chartered"; "Limited"; "P.C."; "P.S.C."; "S.C."; "P.A."; or "Ltd.";

(2) in the case of a limited liability company, with any one of the following phrases or abbreviations: "Professional Limited Liability Company"; "Limited Liability Company"; "P.L.L.C."; "P.L.C."; or "L.L.C."; or

(3) in the case of a limited liability partnership, with any one of the following phrases or abbreviations: "Professional Limited Liability Partnership"; "Limited Liability Partnership"; "P.L.L.P."; or "L.L.P."

A permitted abbreviation may include or omit periods.

History:

1997 c 22 art 1 s 5

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