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UCC Filings

When an applicant pledges collateral on a loan, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings tell you if others have filed a claim against the same collateral. MicroBilt's UCC Searches and Reports give you access to up-to-date UCC filings.

Find Uniform Commercial Code filings from this quick, easy-to-read report. A (UCC) Uniform Commercial Code filing is a practice adopted by all states to govern commercial transactions. The UCC filings returned from MicroBilt's UCC Searches & Reports are usually liens between individuals and businesses (e.g., mortgages, equipment, and vehicles).

When Should I Use The UCC Search & Reports?

In addition to typical lending uses, UCC Search and Reports can be used effectively in collections. In many cases, debtors have liens associated with a commercial institution, so this is great skip tracing tool for finding an individual. The individual's address is returned with any matching UCC filings, and these addresses are often direct matches.

What Information Does The UCC Searches & Reports Return?

  • Debtor Name
  • Debtor Address
  • Filing State
  • Date Filed
  • Original Date
  • Original Number
  • Document Number
  • Legal Type
  • Secured Party's Name
  • Secured Party's Address
  • Secured Parties*
  • Debtor Parties*
  • Filings
  • Collateral

*Only a count is returned with a search. The actual individual items are only on the UCC filings report.

What Source Does The UCC Searches & Reports Search?

  • National Uniform Commercial Code Filings (Coverage)
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