If the adjectival term or terms indicating incorporation or state ownership of a commercial enterprise appears initially or medially in the name, it is ipso facto an integral part of the name. (Note that if the term appears initially, it may be inverted when used in the heading if 24.5C2 is also applicable.) If the term appears at the end of the name, treat it as a part of the name only if the term is necessary to show that the name refers to a corporate body.

For additional guidance on when to retain the term indicating incorporation appearing at the end of the name, see LCRI 24.4B.

See also:

24.5C. Terms indicating incorporation and certain other terms