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Ending Noise Words

Q1. What are "ending noise words"?

A1.  A "noise word" is a word that is so common that it is not useful in searches. For example, many searches treat "the" as a noise word and will ignore it.

Ending noise words are words in a business or organization's name that indicate its existence or nature.  Some example are "Association", "Company", or "Inc".

When you enter an organization name into a debtor search, our standard search logic will ignore certain noise words found at the end of the name. 

 

Q2. What ending noise words does your search ignore?

A2.

Association LLC Professional Association
Assn LLLC Professional Company
Assoc LLLP Professional Corporation
Co LLP Professional Limited Liability Co
Company Low Profit Limited Liability Company Professional Limited Liability Company
Corporation LP Professional Limited Liability Limited Partnership
Corp LPA Professional Limited Liability Partnership
General Partnership Ltd Professional Limited Partnership
GP Ltd Liability Co Professional Limited Partnership Association
Incorporated Ltd Liability Company Registered Limited Liability Limited Partnership
Inc PA Registered Limited Liability Partnership
L3C PC RLLLP
Limited PLLC RLLP
Limited Liability Co PLLLP Series Limited Liability Company
Limited Liability Company PLLP Series LLC
Limited Liability Limited Partnership PLP Series Business Trust
Limited Liability Partnership PLPA Series Investment Trust
Limited Partnership Prof Assn Series Statutory Trust
Limited Partnership Association Prof Corp  

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