|(a) Entity names may consist of letters of the Roman
alphabet, Arabic numerals, symbols capable of being reproduced on
a standard English language keyboard, and such other symbols as permitted
by the secretary of state's database and as posted on the secretary
of state's website, or a combination thereof.
(b) No distinction as to type face or font in the presentation
of an entity name will be recognized. Subscript or superscript characters
cannot be entered into the computer records of the secretary of state;
consequently, such characters will not appear above or below the other
characters in the entity name. Example: H2 O will appear as H2O. The
secretary of state, however, will recognize the use of either upper
or lower case letters in the presentation of the entity name.
(c) Arabic numerals include 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, and 9.
(d) The symbols recognized as part of a name may include
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