I’m not sure if you are asking about the availability of a name or the suitability of a name.
If you want to know if a particular name is available, search the Corporations database (which includes LLCs) at: http://www.sos.la.gov/tabid/819/Default.aspx. Please note, however, that even if a name is not in the database, it may be reserved for use. To be thorough, you should contact the Secretary of State’s Office at: 225.925.4704.
If you want to know if a particular name is acceptable/allowable, you’ll have to check the guidelines and contact the Secretary of State’s Office at: 225.925.4704. Information is available on their website at: http://www.sos.la.gov/tabid/823/Default.aspx (look under Name Availability and Louisiana Business Corporations).
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The above answer is correct. The secretary of state should approve business names that are not "confusingly similar" to another name.
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