Trade name: name used by a merchant in carrying out his commercial business in order to define his shop from other commercial shops and on behalf of which he signs his transactions and whose trade name he inserts in his letterheads so as to announce to his customers or others that it emanates from so-and-so trader.
What does TRN stand for?
TRN stands for Trade Name
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 59 other meanings of TRN in our Acronym Attic
- Terrain-Reference Navigation
- The Rader Network (Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA)
- The Radio Network Ltd (New Zealand)
- The Revellee Nation (non profit organization)
- Times Record News (Wichita Falls, TX)
- Titre de Reconnaissance de la Nation (French: Full Recognition of the Nation)
- Token Ring Network
- Topology Representing Network
- Toronto (airport code; Toronto, Canada)
- Total Return Net (finance)
Samples in periodicals archive:
DSOA will assign a staff member to be trained by DED on how to use the licensing procedures related to trade name registration.
DSOA will assign one of its staff members to be trained by DED on how to use the licensing procedures related to trade name registration.
The IRS emphasized that a trademark is generally viewed as a device used by a merchant to identify its goods or services and to distinguish them from others, while a trade name is a name, word or phrase employed by one engaged in business as a means of identifying its products, business or services, and of establishing good will.
com/reports/c13834 ) has announced the addition of Chemical Manufacturers Directory of Trade Name Products Third Edition 2004 to their offering.
The Czech brewer said that a high court in Madrid has upheld the company's rights for the Budejovicky Budvar trade name in Spain.
In a case with facts somewhat similar to the present situation, the Tenth Circuit held that an assessment made in the taxpayers' trade name (rather than their individual names) was valid.
The order does not prevent AICPA from formulating reasonable ethical guidelines prohibiting solicitation, advertising or trade names that it reasonably believes would be false or deceptive within the meaning of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act.