ASSET/ENCUMBRANCE REPORT STRATEGIES
|Report Elements||Level I||Level II|
|Address History and Social Security Number Trace||✓||✓|
|Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Proxy Statements for Officer/Director Affiliation Records||✓|
|Fictitious Business Name Statements||✓||✓|
|Media Sources (national and/or international publications, specialized libraries, repositories, and other sources focusing on locating tangible assets and liquidity in non-tangible assets such as patents, trademarks, contracts, royalty agreements, joint ventures, leasehold interests, usage rights, computer software and databases, etc.)||✓|
|Company Website Review||✓|
|Civil Litigation Records||✓||✓|
|Federal Court – Civil Records||✓||✓|
|Tax Lien Records – Federal, State and County||✓||✓|
|Judgment Records – Creditor and Debtor||✓||✓|
|Real Estate Records (statewide residential and commercial property ownership, sale and transfer; includes detailed deed information such as assessed, market and comparable values, original mortgage amounts and assessor’s parcel maps)||✓||✓|
|Vehicle Ownership Records (statewide)||✓||✓|
|Aircraft Ownership Records (statewide)||✓||✓|
|Watercraft Ownership Records (statewide)||✓||✓|
|Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Records||✓|
|County Recorder’s Index (miscellaneous liens and judgments)||✓|
Fees are based on record searches of one subject (company or individual) in one jurisdiction and a 10-year scope.
“Jurisdiction” refers to a geographical area, such as a county or federal district, within which a legal body/court adjudicates cases.
Asset searches include public records only.
Notification of negative findings is provided immediately upon identification with the subject.
Search strategies may be customized to attain client’s objectives.