The applicant “applied for” certain names. Apparently the application was for
the reservation of certain names in terms of section 12 of the Companies Act
71 of 2008 (“Companies Act”/ “Act”).
 The reservation of the names was refused by the Companies and Intellectual
Property Commission (“CIPC”).
 An application is now brought to the Companies Tribunal as a result of the
refusal by the CIPC to reserve the particular name.
 The applications in respect of the names are virtually identical, but to exclude
possible confusion, will be treated as separate applications.