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Posted On : Wed May 29th,2019

Characteristics to search an entity name in the state of Florida with the Division of Corporation?

How to check entity name in the state of Florida?

The Florida Division of Corporations allows to search a business name online, real time prior to file a business name registration with the SunBiz. Org. It is the first step, that an incorporator takes to incorporate a new company in the state of Florida, which is "Entity Name Search Florida", to make sure the availability of the name, prior to file an article for a new business.

The following options are available in the Division of Corporation Florida to search an entity name:

  1. Entity name search by the officer's name
  2. Entity name search by a registered agent
  3. Entity name search by a trademark name
  4. Entity name search by a trademark owner's name
  5. Entity name search by the Employer Identification Number
  6. Entity name search by detail by the document number
  7. Entity name search by a zip code
  8. Entity name search by a street address

The state of Florida populates results of active, inactive, inact/ua and name hs companies in the entity name search database which are described below:

Active Entity Florida: It represents, company is in a good standing and the name may not be used at this time.

Inactive Entity Name Florida: This option indicates that the company is administratively dissolved and formally canceled, and the business name may be available to use.

Inact/UA Entity Florida: It represents that the company is currently admin dissolved, but the name is still unavailable which may be available within a year.

Name HS: It indicates the history of a company which has filed an amendment to change the company name.

INACT/CV: This option indicates that the company is currently inactive due to filing a conversion from one type to another and may be available for use.

Cross RF: A "Cross Reference" which indicates a foreign entity name is not available in the state of Florida and it is using a different name to conduct business in Florida due to the unavailability of a business name.

What is the importance of an identifier, indicator or extension for an entity?

It is required to use for each type of entity next to a business name, to easily identify the type of entity such as corporation, fictitious name, limited liability company or a limited partnership.


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