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UCC & Corporate Due Diligence

Resource Guide for Legal and Financial Professionals

Checklist: Choose The Right Title Search Company

Due Diligence, Reduce Financial Risk, Tips, Title Related Topics Something

When you need a title search, there is a checklist of vital questions to consider before choosing a title search company to fulfill your title search need. Title reporting is an intricate and detailed process. To accurately inform your decision making,  experience and expert know-how are required to craft a comprehensive report worthy of your trust. So what should you look for in a Title Search Company? Reliability - Is the Title… >> READ MORE


Searching Public Records in Delaware at the County Level

UCC, Corporate, Title Related Topics Something

If you need to search for anything at the county level in Delaware, you only have three counties from which to choose: New Castle (northernmost), Kent (middle), and Sussex (southernmost). The Bankruptcy Court and U.S. District Court are located in the county seat of Wilmington, which is in New Castle County. Below is a handy guide for figuring out what’s located where at the county level: Recorder of Deeds: UCC/fixture filings,… >> READ MORE


Will a lender’s notation of its lien on a certificate of title for a vehicle always perfect the lender’s security interest?

UCC, Reduce Financial Risk, Title Related Topics Something

We continue our guest blog series with commercial lending attorney Bennett Cohen of the law firm Cohen, Salk & Huvard, P.C. You may also want to check out his eBook: Important Revisions To Article 9′s Rules Regarding Individual Debtors. Perfection in Titled Vehicles: Will a lender's notation of its lien on a certificate of title for a vehicle always perfect the lender's security interest? Answer: No. The general rule is that… >> READ MORE