"Predecessor/successor references are normally made only to connect immediately adjacent
names, thus creating a chain of “see also” references leading from one authorized access point to

Cf. NACO participants' manual, 4th ed. (2020), p. 64:

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University of California, Irvine Law Library
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Hi ,

I received a question from our colleague from the Colorado State Publications Library (see below)

Please help me to answer.

Thank you,

Alla Kroychik

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Subject: general ARN question

a question about corporate name authority records --

when a corporate name has multiple previous names,  do you enter a 510 for all of them or only for the name that immediately preceded the name in the 110?  If more than one, how do you show the order of previous names?