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(a) The name under which a contractor is doing business must be separate and distinct from all other registered contractors' names.
(b) The department will refuse to register a contractor doing business under a name which is identical to the name under which a different contractor is registered, or is so similar to it as to create confusion or mislead a reasonable person.
(c) Repealed 4/3/88.
History: Eff. 7/2/77, Register 62; am 4/3/88, Register 105
Authority: AS 08.18.051
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