In Florida the Division of Corporations is the State's central location for the filing of business entities, trade and service marks, judgment liens, and fictitious name and lien registrations. In essence, the Division provides a statewide registry and information resource for almost all business activity in Florida. Although these filing functions are found in every state, the Division maintains the reputation of being the most innovative in the nation. Over the past decade, the Division has: pioneered the integration of its data bases with in-house automated filing systems, an electronic filing service, and created the first online public access network in the country - www.sunbiz.org - that increased public accessibility to Division records by 75 percent. For detailed information on how to conduct business as a Sole Proprietor, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership, S-Corporation, C-Corporation or Limited Liability Company we recommend that you get in touch with this office.
In addition to getting valuable information on incorporations and the State Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), you will most likely also be able to obtain the forms and fees required by the State to incorporate or form a business entity; how to file a Doing Business As (DBA) certificate, corporate records and other helpful information on conducting your business in the State. The corporations division can be reached at (850)245-6000; their email is email@example.com and the electronic filing website is at: http://www.sunbiz.org/
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