|(a) Where prohibited by §16.105 of the Texas Business
& Commerce Code, an entity name cannot include the words, "Olympic,"
"Olympiad," or "Citius Altius Fortius," or a combination or simulation
of those words or use a trademark, trade name, symbol or insignia
of the International Olympic Committee or the United States Olympic
Committee without the authorization or permission of the United States
Olympic Committee. Example: Olympic Tours, Inc. would require a letter
of consent, authorization, or no objection from the United States
(b) Where prohibited by §31.005 and §181.004
of the Texas Finance Code, an entity name cannot include the words
"bank," "bank and trust," "trust," "trust company" or a similar term,
phrase, or foreign language word unless accompanied by a no objection
letter from the Banking Commissioner.
(c) Where prohibited by §61.313 of the Texas Education
Code, an entity name cannot include the words "College," "University,"
"School of Medicine," "Medical School," "Health Science Center," "School
of Law," "Law Center," or "Law School," whether in English or in another
language, unless accompanied by a no objection letter from the Texas
Higher Education Coordinating Board.
(d) Where prohibited by §5.062 of the Texas Business
Organizations Code, an entity name cannot include the words "Veteran,"
"Legion," "Foreign," "Spanish," "Disabled," "War," or "World War"
if the name implies the entity is created for the benefit of war veterans
and their families, without written approval issued from a veterans
organization pursuant to §5.062 of the Texas Business Organizations