UCC Search & File
Nationwide UCC retrieval: all 50 States, all local jurisdictions
Customized search reports by name and jurisdiction
Extended hours in Delaware 9am-7pm ET
Experienced and consultative staff
Corp1 provides nationwide UCC searching and filing services. Choose excellence and select Corp1, where efficiency meets reliability.
Our UCC filing services team facilitates prompt UCC filings to secure interests, providing you with confidence and peace of mind in business transactions. Once again, our firm commitment to excellence and precision ensures that your UCC filings are compliant, timely, and tailored to your business transaction or project.
Nationwide UCC Search and File Services
- UCC and Fixture filing searches
- UCC Filing Services
- State Tax Lien and Federal Tax Lien Searches
- Judgement and Pending Suit Searches
- Bankruptcy Searches
- Patriot Act Searches
UCC Searching and Filing In Delaware
UCC Filings are only available through an authorized Online Agent.
As of December 2015, the Delaware Division of Corporations will no longer accept paper filings directly. You must file through an authorized Online Agent. If filing online is not an option, Corp1 can file your Delaware UCC documents and save you time and money. Filing directly on a routine priority to avoid expediting fees will take several weeks to get your filed evidence back. Delaware expediting options range from 1 hour for $1,000 to Next Day for $100. Corp1 can file these for you as an Approval and receive filed evidence back usually within 24-48 hours for no additional expediting fee.
UCC Searches are only available through an authorized Online Agent.
Corp1 can expeditiously perform a search and provide a list of results, with or without copies. The State fee is $50 for the search. If there are copies (and you request them), the State’s fee is $25 to retrieve the copies plus $10 for the first page and $2 for each page after that (not including the service fee).
Delaware documents are “black and white” and can be used as originals once received. We would process your request and email the documents back to you the same day it is received – generally in about one hour – depending on the time it is received. On the advice of counsel, we have been instructed to always include lapsed/terminated filings in our searches and results because the possibility of having a Financing Statement erroneously and/or wrongfully terminated is quite high. Counsel indicated that it is in both of our best interests to include lapsed filings in our reports so that counsel ordering the search can review the results to be sure this has not happened on one of their filings to be sure that the client’s interest in that collateral is still perfected. Please consider this advice. If you choose to exclude terminations from your results, then we will note that in our system as a disclaimer should any future issues occur involving these exact circumstances.
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