61. Order requiring name to be changed
(1) If an application under section 58 is upheld, the adjudicator shall make an order —
(a) requiring the respondent LLP to change its name to one that is not an offending name, and
(b) requiring all the respondents —
(i) to take all such steps as are within their power to make, or facilitate the making, of that change, and
(ii) not to cause or permit any steps to be taken calculated to result in another LLP being registered with a name that is an offending name.
(2) An "offending name" means a name that, by reason of its similarity to the name associated with the applicant in which he claims goodwill, would be likely —
(a) to be the subject of a direction under section 56 (power of Registrar to direct change of name), or
(b) to give rise to a further application under section 58.
(3) The order must specify a date by which the respondent LLP's name is to be changed and may be enforced in the same way as an order of the Court,
(4) If the respondent LLP's name is not changed in accordance with the order by the specified date, the Registrar may determine a new name for the LLP.
(5) If the Registrar determines a new name for the respondent LLP he must give notice of his determination —
(a) to the applicant, and
(b) to the respondents.
(6) For the purposes of this section an LLP's name is changed when the change takes effect in accordance with section 12(3) of the Limited Liability Partnerships Regulations 2015.