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Business Services Division > Online Services for Corporations > Indiana Business Law Survey Commission Indiana Business Law Survey Commission

The Indiana Business Law Survey Commission - established by IC 23-1-54-3 - is for the purpose of considering recommendations to the General Assembly concerning amendments to this article, IC 23-1-17, or:

  • any other corporation;
  • limited liability company;
  • partnership laws;
  • new or additional legislation affecting corporations
  • limited liability companies;
  • partnerships; and/or
  • other business entities (domestic or foreign) authorized to do business or doing business in Indiana. 

The commission consists of 14 members appointed by the governor, who shall serve without compensation and without reimbursement for expenses. The secretary of state also shall serve as an ex-officio member.  The commission shall conduct its proceedings and affairs according to such rules as it may prescribe.  The commission may publish official comments. Click here to view the members on the commission.

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