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NUANS (Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) is a computerized search service in Canada for comparison of proposed corporate names or trade-marks. In order to federally incorporate a company in Canada, a business owner must ensure that their proposed corporate name or trade-mark does not infringe on other intellectual property holders. A NUANS report is required for listing existing company names that closely match a proposed company name to identify potential name confusion.
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