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How do I determine if the name I want to use is available?

The Division of Corporations is required by statute to reject for use any corporate, limited partnership, or limited liability company name that is not “distinguishable” from existing names on file. The only avenue to determine whether a name is available for a corporation, limited partnership or limited liability company is to make a name availability inquiry. The Corporation and Business Entity Database online search is intended for status inquiries of entities already on file with the Department of State. Customers are cautioned to avoid interpreting database search information as an indication that a name is or is not available for use.

The records of the Division of Corporations may be searched for availability of name by submitting a written request to the Department of State, Division of Corporations, One Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12231. The written inquiry should state that you wish to determine the availability of a name and list the name or names to be searched.

Although it is not required, it is recommended that a copy of the name availability response be attached to the document you are submitting for filing.

A finding that the name is available is not an approval of the name by the Department of State and is not a determination that the proposed name satisfies any particular requirement of law. No expenditure or other commitment should be made in reliance upon the availability of a name.

Pursuant to Section 96 of the New York State Executive Law, the fee for searching the records for availability of name is $5 per name submitted. Please note that the Department’s determination regarding the availability of a name applies only to the date and time that the name search was completed. Requests for name availability cannot be handled by telephone.

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Records of the Small Business Administration [SBA]

Overview of Records Locations

Table of Contents

  • 309.1 Administrative History
  • 309.2 Records of the Small Defense Plants Administration 1951-53
  • 309.3 General Records of the Small Business Administration 1954-68
  • 309.4 Records OF SBA Field Offices 1955-82
    • 309.4.1 Records of SBA Region I, Boston, MA (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT)
    • 309.4.2 Records of SBA Region V, Chicago, IL (IL, IN, OH, MI, MN, WI)
    • 309.4.3 Records of SBA Region VI, Dallas, TX (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX)
    • 309.4.4 Records of SBA Region X, Seattle, WA (AK, ID, OR, WA)
  • 309.5 Motion Pictures (General) 1953-87
  • 309.6 Video Recordings (General) ca. 1969, ca. 1975, 1980-89
  • 309.7 Sound Recordings (General) 1980
  • 309.8 Machine-Readable Records (General) 1968-91 6 data sets

309.1 Administrative History

Established: As an independent agency by the Small Business Act (67 Stat. 232), July 30, 1953.

  • Small Defense Plants Administration (1951-53)

Functions: Provides financial assistance to small businesses and investment companies and to state and local development companies. Licenses and regulates small business investment companies.

Finding Aids: Forrest R. Holdcamper, comp. Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Small Business Administration, NC 71 (Sept. 1964).

Related Records: Record copies of publications of the Small Business Administration and its predecessor in RG 287, Publications of the U.S. Government.

309.2 Records of the Small Defense Plants Administration
1951-53

History: Established by the Defense Production Act Amendments of 1951 (65 Stat. 131), July 31, 1951, to encourage small businesses to contribute to defense production. Abolished, effective July 31, 1953, by the Defense Production Act Amendments of 1953 (67 Stat. 131), June 30, 1953. Liquidation activities and prime contract administration transferred to the SBA by the Small Business Act of 1953, and EO 10504, December 1, 1953.

Textual Records: General correspondence, 1951-53. Sample case files relating to tax amortization, materials and equipment, contract procurement, certificates of competency, loans, and joint determination, 1951-53. General subject files, 1951-53. Records of Director of Contract Procurement Charles H. Swisher, relating primarily to the ammunition program, 1951-53.

309.3 General Records of the Small Business Administration
1954-68

Textual Records: Administrative subjects files, 1953-72 (372 ft.). Administrative and correspondence files of the Administrator, 1982-83. Personal subject files of Administrator James C. Sanders, 1983-84. National directives, 1965-75 (300 fiche). Sample case files relating to applications for business loans that were declined, canceled, or withdrawn, 1954- 55. Minutes of meetings, and conference proceedings, of the National Advisory Council and of regional and state advisory groups, 1954-68. Advisory Council files, 1969-70. Minutes of the Loan Review Board, 1953-56. Research reports from SBA sponsored studies, 1961-62.

309.4 Records OF SBA Field Offices
1955-82

309.4.1 Records of SBA Region I, Boston, MA (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT)

Textual Records (in Boston): Advisory Council records maintained by the Concord, NH, District Office, 1971-74.

309.4.2 Records of SBA Region V, Chicago, IL (IL, IN, OH, MI, MN, WI)

Textual Records (in Chicago): Advisory Council records maintained by the Chicago District Office, 1974-77.

309.4.3 Records of SBA Region VI, Dallas, TX (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX)

Textual Records (in Fort Worth): Advisory Council records maintained by the Dallas, TX, Regional Office, 1972-82. General correspondence of district and community advisory councils, 1967- 70. Records relating to Disaster Field Offices, 1955-69.

309.4.4 Records of SBA Region X, Seattle, WA (AK, ID, OR, WA)

Textual Records (in Seattle): Advisory Council records maintained by the Boise, ID, District Office, 1966-72.

309.5 Motion Pictures (General)
1953-87
74 reels

Informational and instructional films for prospective small business owners, covering such areas as advertising, marketing, employee relations, women in business, customer service, financial analysis, cash flow forecasting, recordkeeping, and theft prevention (75 reels).

309.6 Video Recordings (General)
ca. 1969, ca. 1975, 1980-89

Pension, made for information and training, ca. 1969 (1 item). Your Business Resource, explaining SBA mission and functions, ca. 1975 (1 item). Office of Advocacy productions, 1980-89 (25 items).

Structuring a State’s Small Business Program, 1980 (3items).

309.8 Machine-Readable Records (General)
1968-91
6 data sets

Loan Accounting Cash Collection System (LACCS) data files for the period 1968-88 and for fiscal years 1989 and 1990, consisting of public domain files and unsuppressed ( archives ) files, with supporting documentation.

Bibliographic note: Web version based on Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States. Compiled by Robert B. Matchette et al. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 1995.
3 volumes, 2428 pages.

This Web version is updated from time to time to include records processed since 1995.

Guide to Federal Records





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News All Division News
● Organizational tax; taxes on changes of capital

Database Searches
● New! Local Laws Search
● Corporation/Business Entities
● State Tax Warrant Notices
● Child Support Enforcement Notices
● Uniform Commercial Code/Lien Search
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Certificate of Designation for Service of
Notice of Claim

Select Links
● Complete Forms Listing
● Expedited Handling Services
● Faxed Filings
Online Filings:
● Biennial Statements
● Business Corporation Formation
● Benefit Corporation Formation
● LLC Formation
● Uniform Commercial Code
Public e-Filing System
● Certificate of Designation for
Service of Notice of Claim
● Resources
● Contact the Division

How do I determine if the name I want to use is available?

The Division of Corporations is required by statute to reject for use any corporate, limited partnership, or limited liability company name that is not “distinguishable” from existing names on file. The only avenue to determine whether a name is available for a corporation, limited partnership or limited liability company is to make a name availability inquiry. The Corporation and Business Entity Database online search is intended for status inquiries of entities already on file with the Department of State. Customers are cautioned to avoid interpreting database search information as an indication that a name is or is not available for use.

The records of the Division of Corporations may be searched for availability of name by submitting a written request to the Department of State, Division of Corporations, One Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12231. The written inquiry should state that you wish to determine the availability of a name and list the name or names to be searched.

Although it is not required, it is recommended that a copy of the name availability response be attached to the document you are submitting for filing.

A finding that the name is available is not an approval of the name by the Department of State and is not a determination that the proposed name satisfies any particular requirement of law. No expenditure or other commitment should be made in reliance upon the availability of a name.

Pursuant to Section 96 of the New York State Executive Law, the fee for searching the records for availability of name is $5 per name submitted. Please note that the Department’s determination regarding the availability of a name applies only to the date and time that the name search was completed. Requests for name availability cannot be handled by telephone.

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