Indiana Secretary of State (SOS) Business Entity And Corporation Search

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Indiana Business Corporation Registry Search

Updated: February 17th, 2017

The Business Services Division of the Indiana Secretary of State administers all business-related responsibilities and duties in the state. The Division maintains the records and files of every business entity that has been registered in the state. It stores information of Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Partnerships, Limited Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships.

Indiana Business Entity Search

The business entity search tool of the Business Services Division has been incorporated in the state’s “one-stop” shop for business filings called INBiz. This tool will allow you to search for business entities registered in the state.

You can search for business entities using either of the following information:

  • Business Name
  • Business ID
  • Filing Number
  • Registered Agent Name
  • Incorporator or Principal Name

You can also narrow your search by Entity Type, Status, Name Type, Street Address, City and Zip Code.

Below is our simplified guideline for using INBiz’s search tool.

1. Go to INBiz’s Search Page (it will look like the screenshot below).

Indiana Business Entity Search

2. For this example, let’s type by Business Name. Let’s type in “Cafe 127” in the “Business Name” field and click the “Search” button.

Indiana Corporation Entity Search

3. The next page will show the business entity’s Name Type, Entity Type, Principal Office Address, Registered Agent Address, and Status. Click on the Business ID to access more details on the entity (see the screenshots below for reference).

Indiana Business Entity Search Results

You can also view the business entity’s filing and name history, as well as request for certified copies of its documents.

Indiana Business Entity Search Details

Information on theĀ Indiana (IN) SOS

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The Indiana Secretary of State is one of five constitutional offices of the state.
The office is currently held by Connie Lawson, a Republican who was appointed by Governor Mitch Daniels in 2012.


Being the third highest constitutional office in the state, the Secretary of State of Indiana plays a major role in government and public affairs. The Secretary of State of Indiana is the person in charge of the following four divisions:

  • Elections
  • Securities
  • Business Services
  • Dealer Services

The other duties of the Secretary of State include administering regulatory policies to security companies, registering vehicles and issuing licenses, overseeing elections, and maintaining state archives.

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