Online access to the business entity and UCC databases is available through SOSDirect.
For information on SOSDirect or to subscribe, call (512) 463-5555.
If you would like to resolve a dispute about access to minutes of meetings or the accuracy of minutes of meetings, there are a number of options available to you.
Try to resolve the dispute yourself or with the help of an independent mediator by contacting: If you think that the minutes of a meeting do not accurately reflect the proceedings or resolutions of the meeting, you can ask the directors to amend the minutes.
This letter is NOT an official correspondence from my Business Services Division or any other Indiana state agency.
If you received one of these solicitations, you are not required to respond to it.
This can result in “piercing the corporate veil” meaning that limited liability protection disappears and leaves individual owner(s) assets vulnerable if a lawsuit judgment is made against the company.
If you have already responded to such a letter, please call the Business Services Division at (317) 232-6576.
Businesses may securely file their required business entity reports online through the Secretary of State’s website at .
The company must keep its minute books at its registered office or principal place of business or another place in Australia approved by ASIC.
The company must ensure that the minute books for general meetings of members are open for inspection by members free of charge.