Texas Business Corporation Registry Search
The Texas Business Registry is the record book of very business entity and corporate that are or were incorporated in state. Any entity, whether a corporation, Limited Liability Company, Limited Company, Limited Liability Partnership or a Limited Partnership, registered or filed with the Secretary of State of Texas has its information stored in the registry for future reference.
Texas Business Entity Search
This is the right place if you are confused about how to search for a business entity registered with the Secretary of State of Texas. Here we have put down step by step procedure of how to search for a registered business entity in Texas.
For your search to continue, you need to have the business name handy.
Read on to understand the process better:
- Click here to go to the search page. On the page enter your login credentials such as login id and password. The page looks something like the screenshot below.
- If you do not have the login credentials, you can enter the temporary login page which looks like the screenshot below.
- Enter your details like name, address, zip, phone and email and click on Continue button to search the corporate entity.
Information on SOS Texas (TX)
The Secretary of the State of Texas is one of the six executive branches of the constitution of the Texas. The Secretary of State of Texas is appointed by the Governor of the State and the appointment is confirmed by the State Senate.
The current and the 109th Secretary of State of Texas is Nandita Berry who was appointed by Ricky Perry. She was sworn in to the office on January 2014.
The Secretary of State of Texas serves as the chief election officer and the chief protocol officers both for matters of the state and international matters. He also acts as the liason for the Governor on Mexican and the border matters. The Texas Secretary of State handles business filings and statutory documents including administering open meetings.
The Secretary of State of Texas is the custodian of the Great Seal of the State of Texas. He has authority to certify and authenticate government documents by the use of this seal. He looks after the public affairs and is the guardian of the public records and archives in the state. He is one of the six executive members of the state and exercises major role in the State Government of Texas.